Gotta visit ’em all: Where are the 26 Euro 2020 dragon monoliths located around Wales?
26 FA Wales dragon monoliths, called DreigiauCymru, have appeared at Cadw sites this summer to represent the official Wales squad for UEFA Euro 2020.
The monoliths were installed at historical sites across Wales prior to the UEFA Euro 2020 squad announcement on Sunday. Each player chosen to represent Cymru at this summer’s tournament has been assigned a castle or historical site across the country, which fans can visit and log their progress as they aim to complete their digital sticker book on TogetherStronger.Cymru.
Fans will be able to visit the dragons throughout the tournament and share a selfie on social media using the #DreigiauCymru hashtag.
The FAW said that they see Welsh history, culture and language as a key part of its identity and the aim of the partnership is to raise awareness of our history whilst encouraging fans to visit the Cadw sites as part of an active lifestyle.
Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service, will also be offering FAW Red Wall members 20% off Cadw membership for the duration of the tournament.
Where are the dragons?
- Castell Coch – Rubin Colwill
- Caerphilly Castle – Aaron Ramsey
- Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths – James Lawrence
- Chepstow Castle – Adam Davies
- Tintern Abbey – Chris Mepham
- Raglan Castle – Chris Gunter
- Blaenavon Ironworks – Daniel James
- Tretower Court and Castle – Joe Morrell
- Cardiff Castle – Gareth Bale
- Ogmore Castle – Connor Roberts
- Kidwelly Castle – Joe Rodon
- Laugharne Castle – Ethan Ampadu
- St Davids Bishop’s Palace – Joe Allen
- Cilgerran Castle – Rhys Norrington Davies
- Strata Florida Abbey – Ben Cabango
- Harlech Castle – Jonny Williams
- Criccieth Castle – Matthew Smith
- Caernarfon Castle – Kieffer Moore
- Beaumaris Castle – Wayne Hennessey
- Plas Mawr– Dylan Levitt
- Conwy Castle– David Brooks
- Rhuddlan Castle – Tyler Roberts
- Flint Castle – Harry Wilson
- Denbigh Castle – Danny Ward
- Neath Abbey and Gatehouse – Ben Davies
- Valle Crucis Abbey – Neco Williams
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