2. England's Geography
• England is a part of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain, it’s
an island situated off the North
West coast of Europe.
• Bordered by Scotland in the
north, the North Sea in the
east, the English Channel in
the south and Wales in the
5. Key Facts on England
• Major Cities: London- Leeds- Liverpool-
• Capital: London with a population of
• Population: 51,446,000 inhabitants.
• Geographic size: 130,395 km2 .
• Currency: Pound sterling (GBP).
6. Climate of England
• England has a
temperate climate, with
mild winters with
temperatures not much
lower than 0°C, and not
much higher than 32°C
in summer. Generally,
July is normally the
warmest month, and
February is normally
7. Religions in England
• 71.75% of England's population are Christians.
• 22.52% is unidentified or non-religious.
• Other religious minorities include Muslims which
account for 3% of the population.
• There are also Jewish, Hindu and Sikh minorities.
8. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and
• Usually referred to as “”The UK””,””United Kingdom””,
“”Great Britain””or “”Britain””.Britain is part of the
British isles in the north-west of Europe. Britain is a
union made up of four constituent countries:
• The Kingdom of England.
• The Kingdom of Scotland.
• The Principality of Wales.
• The Province of Northern Ireland
9. Government of England
• Parliamentary democracy with a
• Queen Elizabeth II as a head of the
• The continuity of the monarchy has
been interrupted only once (the
republic of 1649-60) in over a
• Parliaments is made up of the
House of common, the House of
lords and the Queen in her
10. Tourism in England
• Tourism plays a significant part in the economic life
in England .
• Many other people come to England as tourists, and
this is economically beneficial.
• In the UK as a whole, tourism contributes 76
billion pounds to the British economy, and it employs
6.1% of the working population, making it the 6th
11. Types of tourism in England
• Cultural and heritage tourism :Britain's tourist
industry is principally "cultural" and "heritage" based,
and many tourists are attracted to England because
of its history
• Ecotourism : Britain also has some unique natural
environments, and has a significant "Ecotourism"
12. Cultural and heritage tourism
• Cambridge: A famous university town
• Liverpool: The 2008 European Capital of
Culture, a major port and World Heritage
Site, home to two cathedrals and houses
more listed buildings.
• Oxford : now a busy commercial city, which
also has a famous university
Stonehenge, a World Heritage Site