Signs in Welsh and English on the A55 dual carriageway which runs from Holyhead (in Welsh: Caergybi) to the M53 east of Chester (Welsh: Caer) in England. Here we are looking towards the tunnel at Penmaenmawr.
Road signs are a great way of learning a language. That's how I learnt Arabic script. Since the early 80's all signs in Wales must be in both English and Welsh, a language whose roots go back to the ancient Celtic language once spoken all over Britain.
North Wales A55 Penmaenbach tunnel road signs
Nikon Coolpix 990 digital camera
Wales, Cymru, Cymraeg, road signs, highways, Gwynedd, Caernarfonshire, A55