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UNITED KINDOM:

Authors : Alex Marc Toni.B Toni.R Sergi.H UNITED KINDOM

MAP :

MAP The United Kingdom is a unitary state comprised of four constituent countries: Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland.

FLAGS:

FLAGS The Flag of Wales consists of a red dragon passant on a green and white . The Flag of Scotlan also known as Saint Andrew's Cross ,is the national flag of Scotland The flag of Northern Ireland is a white cloth which contains a red cross is the cross of St. George The Flag of England is composed of a vertical cross dark red on a white cloth.

CAPITALS:

CAPITALS Edinburgh is the capital and second largest city in Scotland after Glasgow. London is the capital of England is also the largest city in Britain Cardiff is the capital of Wales Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland

LANGUAGE, Money :

LANGUAGE, Money LANGUAGE English Money pound

FAMOUS:

FAMOUS On November 30, 1960 was born in the city of Leicester in England football player Gary W. Lineker . Its demarcation was center forward. The first steps of the player in the team gave their hometown, Leicester City, where he played as a striker. Albert 15 years (1894) his family moved to Italy, to the city of Milan, Einstein born March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany, son of Hermann Einstein and Pauline Koch. Despite having Jewish parents attending a Catholic school in Munich, where the family owned a local sales of electrical appliances. Einstein developed his General Theory of Relativity On April 18, 1955 died in Princeton

SAM RILEY:

SAM RILEY Born January 8, 1980 in Leeds. He is an actor and singer inglés.For a few years I was the lead singer of the Leeds band 10,000 Things, with Whom I Achieved moderate success. After Their first release on indie label Voltage Records in 2002, They signed to major label Polydor for one self-titled album [1] They disbanded in 2005. Born April 3, 1985) is an American pop and R & B and British winner of the third season of the reality show The X Factor UK

SCOTLAND:

SCOTLAND Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain Edinburgh , the country's capital and second largest city, is one of Europe's largest financial centres . The Edinburgh Castle was used as a place to house the royalties, as a military base, and now as a most visited tourist attraction of Scotland. The National Gallery possesses the most magnificent galleries, special exhibitions and varied collections of national fine art.

FOOD AND DRINKS:

FOOD AND DRINKS Traditional Drinks in Britain : Tea: Britain is a tea-drinking nation. Coffee : Coffee is now as popular in Britain as tea is. Wine : Britain's wine industry is growing from strength to strength and now has over 300 wine producers. Typical Traditional British Dishes : If you visit England, Scotland or Wales, you can still be served up the traditional foods we have been eating for years: Yorkshire Pudding: This dish is not usually eaten as a dessert like other puddings but instead as part of the main course or at a starter. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding : This is England's traditional Sunday Lunch, which is a family affair.

SHOOPING:

SHOOPING British people love to shop! Only London has over 40,000 shops and 26 major street markets to choose from The main shopping street in many towns is called the High Street , where you should head for if you want to go shopping. Peak shopping days are Saturdays and Sundays. Largest Shopping Centre

THE ROYAL FAMILY:

THE ROYAL FAMILY The Monarchy is the oldest institution of government in the United Kingdom. British people love her Queen and the Royal Family; the facts about the Monarchy are an important part of British culture.

MONUMENTS WALES:

MONUMENTS WALES Wales, one of the four constituent nations of the UK, is a land that stands above all for its castles. Centuries of wars forced the construction of a lot of strengths, which are now everywhere. Lovers of castles in Wales find your perfect destination.

MONUMENTS ENGLAND:

MONUMENTS ENGLAND The British monuments tell the story of the country through various styles, such as Baroque, Gothic, classical or Edwardian. The most impressive and most reputable are in the city of London and the Thames Valley

MONUMENTS NORTH OF IRELAND:

MONUMENTS NORTH OF IRELAND They went to the River Bann and settled at the foot of Mount Sandel , near Coleraine , County Londonderry.

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