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Places of interests in UK

Southern EnglandBrighton lies on the southern coast of England. It is a famous seaside for holidaymakers.In Canterbury there is the famous cathedral with the grave of the archbishop Thomas Beckett who was murdered there....

History UK

The first inhabitants came to Britain about 5000 BC. They were the small groups of the hunters. Next villagers came to Britain from Europe in the Bronze Age. They were the tribes of Celts.In...

Economy of GB

Britain lives by manufacture and trade. Its agriculture provides only half the food it needs. The other half of its food, have to be imported. The main agricultural areas are Scotland and Wales.Large parts...

IRELAND

Ireland is one of the British Isles and lies in the Atlantic Ocean to the west of Great Britain.Ireland is divided into the Northern Ireland (capital is Belfast) and the Republic of Ireland (capital...

Geographic GB

The island of Great Britain can be divided into two lowlands and highlands.Lowlands covers the midland, southern and eastern England. The most mountainous area is Scotland. It may be divided into three regions: the...

Political system of GB

Great Britain is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy. The head of the state is the King or the Queen, who reigns, but doesn’t rule. The sovereign has only the representative function. But...

National symbols

The British national flag is called the Union Jack or the British Union flag. It represents the three kingdoms of the UK and it is made up of three crosses: England (the red cross...

William Shakespeare

The great English dramatic also lived there most of his life. His dramatic plays were acted in the geobe. Theathre. The popular theatre was demolished in 1644.The house of Shakespeare’s London was build very...

WASHINGTON D. C.

SAN FRANCISCOSan Francisco was founded by the Spanish Missioners. It’s second largest city in California. It was completely (thoroughly) damaged by earthquake. Here is the famous Gold Gate Bridge. In the street you can...