Celtic cross

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a Latin cross with a ring surrounding the intersection

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Everything is made in Wales, from the bilingually-labelled box to the hand-made chocolates inside which all have a Welsh heritage theme, from dragons and daffodils to Three Feathers and Celtic crosses, and even a little Welsh hat.
Since the fifth century, monks and nuns have been buried here, next to the ruins of two churches, a round tower and three massive Celtic crosses.
The site manager for the Galilee Chapel Project at St Illtud's Church in Llantwit Major has had designs of the Celtic crosses which have been rehoused in the 13th-century chapel tattooed onto his right arm.
He added further Celtic crosses to his collection in 1950 and 1951 as Tipperary completed a famous three in a row.
The children, from each primary school in the city, will also take part in a Moment of Reflection promoting peace and goodwill for the future, gathering into the shape of Celtic crosses, made up of up to 2,000 children which will be photographed from the air.
Despite not having won the All-Ireland since 1995, All-Ireland medals are no strangers to the Brogan household as Alan's father, Bernard senior, and uncle Jim won Celtic Crosses in 1974, '76 and '77.
The carpet bears the college's coat of arms and Welsh symbols such as Celtic crosses and knots, harps and daffodils - the national flower of both Wales and Afghanistan.