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Wales Education

Wales:
Climate:

Wales has the sort of climate often described as "temperate". This means that it never gets very hot or very cold. May, June, July and August are the sunniest and driest months, but even in the winter a raincoat and sweater will usually cope with the worst that the weather has to offer.
Language:

English is the day to day language for most Welsh people. Due to the efforts of many dedicated people the Welsh language still flourishes (and there is a Welsh language TV channel). The 1991 census gave a figure of 18.5 per cent Welsh speakers.
Currency:

The currency is that of Britain in general i.e. the pound sterling, sometimes referred to on the Net as the GBP.
Visas:

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Population:

Wales is quite small and has a population of approximately 3 million based on the last population Census of 2, 903, 085 in 2001.
Capital City:

Cardiff is the capital, largest city and most populous county of Wales. The city is Wales' chief commercial centre, the base for most national cultural and sporting institutions, the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales.
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