Put out more flags

29th July 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Of the 150,000 people living in the Chubut region of Patagonia, part of Argentina, more than 20,000 are of Welsh descent, and around 5,000 of those speak Welsh. Camwy college in Gaiman, a small town, runs courses to teach the language to children and adults, including Cesar Roberts Reynolds, left, and Mariela Barbosa. Their teacher's post is funded by the Welsh Assembly, which also pays for two other Welsh teachers in the area. Photograph by NICHOLAS GOLDBERG

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