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Flower and Animal symbols of the UK and Russia
St. George's Day falls on 23 April and is regarded as England's national day. On this day some patriotic Englishmen wear a rose pinned to their jackets'. A red rose is the national emblem of England from the time of the Wars of the Roses (15th century).
Red Rose - England
St. Patrick's Day (the 17th of March) is considered as a national day in Northern Ireland and an official bank holiday there. The national emblem of Ireland is shamrock. According to legend, it was the plant chosen by St. Patrick to illustrate the Christian doctrine of the Trinity to the Irish.
shamrock – Northern Ireland
St. Andrew's Day (the 30th of November) is regarded as Scotland's national day. On this day some Scotsmen wear a thistle in their buttonhole. As a national emblem of Scotland, thistle apparently first used in the 15th century as a symbol of defence.
thistle - Scotland
St. David's Day (the 1st of March) is the church festival of St. David, the patron saint of Wales. On this day, however, many Welshmen wear either a yellow daffodil or a leek pinned to their jackets, as both plants are traditionally regarded as national emblems of Wales.
What do you think daisy is a symbol of which country?
Red Dragon (belongs to Wales )
a bear (belongs to Russia)
a lion (belongs to England)
a deer (belongs to Northern Ireland )
unicorn (belongs to Scotland)
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