Dragons turn up to celebrate St David's Day
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Dragons arrive at Caernarfon Castle for St David's Day

A pair of enormous Welsh dragons have cuddled up outside Caernarfon Castle to celebrate St David's Day.

Dewi and Dwynwen, named after two of Wales' most renowned patron saints, are nestled in a romantic "cwtch".

Their arrival marks the launch of a campaign by heritage body Cadw to bring Wales' history to life.

Dewi attracted a record-breaking 120,000 visitors to eight Cadw sites across Wales in 2016.

  • 01 Mar
  • From the section Wales
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