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18. Jan 2023
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England

  1. “England has two books, the Bible and Shakespeare. England made Shakespeare,but the Bible made England.” ― Victor Hugo By Maria Martynova 10-B
  2. • Location: central and southern part of the island of Great Britain • Capital: London • Area: 130,422 sq km or 50,356 sq miles • Population: 53 million people (2011 year) • Population of London: 8 million people (2012 year) • Time: Greenwich Mean Time • Language: English, Cornish • Flag: Saint George’s Cross • Emblem: Red Rose
  3. Much of the countryside is flat, consisting of fertile plains and gentle hills. Mountains, steeper hills and moors are found mainly in the north and the west; the Lake District and the northwest are divided by the Yorkshire Dales, and the northeast, by the high-rising Pennines. The eastern area of the country, particularly East Anglia, is the lowest lying. The coastline ranges from long stretches of sandy beaches to steep cliffs and rocky coves.
  4. The climate is usually temperate with warm wet summers and cool wet winters. Weather varies from day to day and throughout the country. There are raining around the country all year.
  5. The UK belongs to the G7 group of the world's leading industrial nations. Since the end of World War II, the UK has followed the trend away from industrial production towards service industries, which now account for about three- quarters of national income. National currency is pound
  6. Sheffield Birmingham Leeds Bristol Liverpool Manchester
  7. January 1 New Year’s Day February 14 St. Valentin’s Day variable Good Friday variable Easter Monday April 1 April’s Fool Day April 21 Queen's Birthday April 23 Saint Gerorge’s Day May 1 May Day Bank Holiday Last Moday in May Spring Bank Holiday August 25 Summer Bank Holiday October 31 Halloween November 1 All Saint’s Eve November 5 Bonfire Night December 25 Christmas Day December 26 Boxing Day
  8. Architecture Folklore Cuisine Visual Arts The Broadway Tower St Paul's Cathedral and red telephone box Morris dance Robin Hood Apple pie Fish and chips The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse
  9. Literature William Shakespeare, Brontë family, J. R. R. Tolkien Performing arts The Beatles, Queen, The Rolling Stones Museums, libraries, and galleries British Library, National Gallery, London History Museum
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