Outline of Wales

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Location of Wales (orange)
– in the European continent (camel & white)
– in the United Kingdom (camel)
Enlargeable relief map of Wales

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Wales:

Wales (Welsh: Cymru;[1] pronounced [ˈkəmrɨ] ( )) is a country that is part of the United Kingdom,[2] bordered by England to its east and the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea to its west. It has an estimated population of three million and is officially bilingual with the Welsh and English languages having equal status. The Welsh language is an important element of Welsh culture. Its decline has reversed over recent years, with Welsh speakers estimated to be around 20% of the population of Wales.[3]

General reference[edit]

Geography of Wales[edit]

Main article: Geography of Wales

Environment of Wales[edit]

Main article: Environment of Wales

Natural geographic features of Wales[edit]

Regions of Wales[edit]

Main article: Regions of Wales

Ecoregions of Wales[edit]

Main article: Ecoregions in Wales

Administrative divisions of Wales[edit]

Main article: Administrative divisions of Wales
Counties of Wales[edit]
Preserved counties of Wales[edit]
Historic counties of Wales[edit]
Former Districts of Wales[edit]
Main article: Districts of Wales
Cities of Wales[edit]
Main article: Cities of Wales

Demography of Wales[edit]

Main article: Demographics of Wales

Government and politics of Wales[edit]

Main article: Government of Wales and Politics of Wales

Branches of the government of Wales[edit]

Main article: Government of Wales

Executive[edit]

Legislative[edit]

Judicial[edit]

Law and order in Wales[edit]

Military[edit]

Main article: Military of the United Kingdom

Local government in Wales[edit]

History of Wales[edit]

Main article: History of Wales, Timeline of the history of Wales, and Current events of Wales

History of Wales, by period[edit]

History of Wales, by region[edit]

History of Wales, by subject[edit]

Culture of Wales[edit]

Main article: Culture of Wales

Art in Wales[edit]

Religion in Wales[edit]

Main article: Religion in Wales

Sport in Wales[edit]

Main article: Sport in Wales

Economy and infrastructure of Wales[edit]

Main article: Economy of Wales

Education in Wales[edit]

Main article: Education in Wales

See also[edit]

Main article: Wales

References[edit]

  1. ^ Also spelled "Gymru", "Nghymru" or "Chymru" in certain contexts, as Welsh is a language with initial mutations – see Welsh morphology.
  2. ^ "The Countries of the UK". statistics.gov.uk. Retrieved 10 October 2008. 
  3. ^ "Welsh Language Board - Number of speakers". Byig-wlb.org.uk. Retrieved 19 June 2010. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Wales