Though a part of Great Britain, Wales has its own unique culture including its own language, customs, and folklore. Wales also offers stunning natural beauty, featuring valleys, mountains, rivers, lakes, and hundreds of miles of coastline. This guide utilizes vivid photographs, facts, and sidebars to showcase historic and contemporary Wales, offering an in-depth examination into the country's past, government, culture, and its relation to the United Kingdom. It highlights the country's modern operations, including its current political climate, religious affiliations, cuisine, and arts. Your readers will also learn about pressing issues related to its ecology, conservation, and school systems.