Weekend Quiz on Wales

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What do you know about our near neighbours in Wales? Here's ten questions to test you. Answers tomorrow:

1. What is the name of the annual celebration of the arts in Wales?
2. What is Ynis Mon better known as?
3. What is the name (and location) of the Anglican Cathedral in Cardiff?
4. When did Wales last win a Six Nations Rugby Grand Slam?
5. What proportion of Welsh residents can speak Welsh?
6. Which county has by far the highest proportion of Welsh speakers?
7. What is the Welsh name for Wales?
8. Which Welsh town is home to the Royal Mint, and is dubbed 'The Hole with the Mint'?
9. What is the name of the straits between South East Ireland and South West Wales?
10. In which year was Prince Charles invested as The Prince of Wales?

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