The United Kingdom. of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. These are the British Isles. The Republic of Ireland isn't part of the UK. There are four countries in the UK. Northern Ireland. Scotland. Wales. England.
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
These are the British Isles The Republic of Ireland isn't part of the UK.
There are four countries in the UK Northern Ireland Scotland Wales England This is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.There are four countries in the UK-England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. England is a lot bigger than the other three countries. About 56 million people live in the UK.
England In 1066 King William I the Conqueror become the first Norman King of England
The weather in the south is nicer than the north. It's warmer and sunnier. A lot of people come here for their holidays.
Wales In 1301 - Edward I of England invested his baby son Edward as Prince of Wales
Wales and Ireland are wetter than England, because they are nearer the Atlantic Ocean. They are very hilly, too. This is Mount Snowdon in Northern Ireland
Afon Idwal ( river ) winds through the rock strewn countryside of Snowdonia National Park with Pen yr Ole Wen ( mountain ) in the background
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland was created by the Government of Ireland Act 1920
Ireland - Early Celtic Christian Priory building, Penmon Priory, founded by St. Seiriol
Scotland 1707 - The Act of Union unites the kingdoms of England and Scotland
London is the capital of Great Britain It's a very big city. About 7 million people live here.The other countries in the UK all have their own smaller capital cities, too - Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast.