|Flag of Wales|
|Proportions||2:3 or 3:5 |
The flag of Wales consists of a red dragon passant (walking to left, right forepaw raised) on a white (top) and green (bottom) field. 
The dragon is not standardized, so several variations exist. Some variations include the word CYMRU. The modern Welsh name for themselves is Cymry, and Cymru is Welsh for "Land of the Cymry".
- Red Dragon: The heraldic symbol of Cadwaladr, King of Gwynedd
- White and Green: Colors of the Tudors, who had Welsh ancestry
Exclusion from the Union FlagEdit
Because it's a principality, Wales is not included on the flag of the United Kingdom.
Flag of St. DavidEdit
Wales, Bhutan and Malta are the only countries to have a dragon on their flag, though the Chinese flag also featured a dragon during the Qing Dynasty.
|Subdivisions of the United Kingdom|
|Countries: England ● Northern Ireland ● Scotland ● Wales|
|Crown Dependencies: Alderney ● Guernsey ● Herm ● Jersey ● Isle of Man ● Sark|
|Overseas territories: Anguilla ● Bermuda ● British Antarctic Territory ● British Indian Ocean Territory ● British Virgin Islands ● Cayman Islands ● Falkland Islands ● Gibraltar ● Montserrat ● Pitcairn Islands ● Saint Helena ● South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands ● Turks and Caicos Islands|
|Sovereign base areas: Akrotiri and Dhekelia|
|Flags of the Celtic Peoples|
|Breton Flag ● Cornish Flag ● Irish Flag ● Northern Irish Flag ● Manx Flag ● Scottish Flag ● Welsh Flag|