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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Iza Piekarska kl.VB. Table of Contents. Division of UK S ymbols of Great Britain E ngland S cotland W ales Northern Ireland L ondon I nteresting places in London R oyal Family Source. Division of UK.
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Iza Piekarska kl.VB
Table of Contents Division of UK Symbols of Great Britain England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland London Interesting places in London Royal Family Source
Division of UK It is an island country located in Western Europe. The United Kingdom consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Symbols of Great Britain Flag of Great Britain Royal coat of arms
England The capital of England is London. The patron is Saint George. The symbol of England is the rose. Flag of England
Scotland The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. The patron is Saint Andrew. The symbol of Scotland is the thistle. Flag of Scotland
Wales The capital of Wales is Cardiff. The patron is Saint David. The symbol of Wales is the daffodil. Flag of Wales
Northern Ireland The capital of Northern Ireland is Belfast. The patron is Saint Patrick. Northern Ireland is the symbol of the shamrock. Flag of Northern Ireland
London London lies on River Thames, is one of the two largest cities in Europe.
Interesting places in London The Houses of Parlament consists of the House of Comous and Hous of Lords. Big Ben is the bell placed on one of the towers of the parliament. It is a symbol of Great Britain.
Tower Bridge is a bascule bridge over the River Thames. Trafalgar Square is the heart of London. The square is Nelson's Column, a fountain and two monuments: James II and George IV.
It is the world's largest royal palace. The official residence of the British monarch. Madame Tussauds is the most popular wax museum.
Royal Family Great Britain is a parliamentary monarchy. The current British monarch is Queen Elizabeth II.
Prince Philip – husband of Queen Queen Elizabeth II PrincessCamilla - wife of Prince Charles PrinceCharles - the son of the Queen
Prince Wilhelm – son of Prince Charles Princess Kate – wife of Prince Wilhelm Prince George – son of Prince Charles and Princess Kate Prince Harry- son of Prince Charles
Princess Anna - daughter of the Queen Prince Andrew - the son of the queen Prince Edward - son of queen Princess Sophia - wife of Prince Edward
Source: • http://spraszkow.prv.pl/13-ENGLISH/UK-zakres-materialu.htm • www.wikipedia.org