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Wales Flag

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The Welsh flag has a red dragon facing to the left on a background consisting of two horizontal white and green stripes.
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Fly the iconic symbol of Wales' enduring spirit and rich culture with our high-quality Wales Flag. Designed for those who wish to celebrate their Welsh heritage or show tribute to the land of dragons, this flag of Wales is suitable for homes, businesses, or government buildings.

Our Welsh flags are crafted from premium nylon, a weather-resistant fabric that can fly proudly in the slightest breeze. The flag features the iconic red dragon, Y Ddraig Goch, and is set against a green and white field, with each detail sharply rendered through digital printing to create UV-resistant colors.

This flag is available in a selection of sizes: 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. Our bestselling size is 3’ x 5’, an excellent fit for our tangle-free house-mounted pole. Each flag has a sturdy canvas header and brass grommets, making it easy to attach securely for outdoor display.

Wales Flag Features

  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Official 1959 design
  • Durable 100% nylon for outdoor use
  • Robust canvas header provides support
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Interested in an indoor version for formal or ceremonial use? Check out our indoor Wales flag, elegantly finished with gold fringe and equipped with a pole sleeve for a distinguished display.

Why is There a Dragon on the Welsh Flag? Meaning & History

The Welsh flag, featuring the iconic red dragon (Y Ddraig Goch) against a green and white field, profoundly symbolizes Wales's culture, history, and people. The red dragon itself is one of the oldest national symbols, with its origins steeped in ancient Celtic mythology and later adopted by Welsh kings and princes to symbolize power and authority. The green and white stripes represent the colors of the House of Tudor, a Welsh dynasty that once ruled England, further cementing the flag's historical significance. Officially adopted in 1959, the flag's design encapsulates centuries of Welsh history.

Other Details

Motto: "Cymru am byth" / "Wales for ever"
Capital: Cardiff
Language(s): Welsh, English
Currency: Pound GBP
Government: Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The red and green represent the House of Tudor and the red dragon honors the ancient warriors of Wales.