An (Almost) A-Z Of Wales

Can you answer these questions about places, people, and things associated with Wales?

A- university town in Ceredigion, home to the National Library of Wales
B- Welsh footballer, plays for Real Madrid and Welsh national side
C- the capital city of Wales
D- the national flower of Wales
E- traditional Welsh festival of literature, music, and performance (which takes its name from the Welsh word for 'sit')
F- Tongan-born rugby player who plays back row forward for Wales, also known as 'Toby'
G- the last native Welshman to hold the title 'Prince Of Wales', and instrumental in the Welsh Revolt of 1400-1415
H- Port Talbot-born actor who won an Oscar for playing Hannibal Lecter in The Silence Of The Lambs (1991)
I- Welsh rendering of the name 'John'
J- Welsh singer, born Thomas John Woodward, known for the songs 'Delilah', 'It's Not Unusual', and 'Sexbomb'.
K- Welsh politician, leader of the Labour Party (1983-1992)
L- a Welsh delicacy made of seaweed, usually served with cockles and bacon
M- Welsh band fronted by James Dean Bradfield, known for the songs 'A Design For Life', 'Motorcycle Emptiness', and 'Everything Must Go'.
N- South Wales town, seven miles east northeast of Swansea
O- large earthwork on Wales-England border, separating Mercia and Powys, named after the Anglo-Saxon king believed to have ordered its construction
P- birthplace of Henry VII, first Tudor monarch
Q- Surname of Welsh rugby players Derek, Scott, and Craig
R- Welsh footballer, all-time leading goalscorer for Liverpool (346) and record goalscorer for Wales (28)
S- Welsh band fronted by Kelly Jones, known for the songs 'Local Boy In The Photograph', 'Traffic', and 'Dakota'.
T- Welsh poet (1913-2000) who wrote Song At The Year's Turning, Mass For Hard Times, and No Truce With The Furies
U- 1954 radio drama by Dylan Thomas, telling a day in the life of the residents of Llareggub
V- Celebrated on January 25th each year, Dydd Santes Dwynwen (St. Dwynwen's Day) is considered to be the Welsh equivalent of this holiday
W- former rugby player capped 87 times for Wales, record try-scorer for Wales
Y- The Welsh name for the island of Anglesey
Z- Swansea-born actress who won an Oscar for playing Velma Kelly in Chicago (2002)

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