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Title: The United Kingdom of Great Briatain


1
The United Kingdom of Great Briatain
2
Geography
  • The UK consists of 4 countriesEngland,Scotland,Wa
    les and N.I.
  • It is washed by the North Sea,Irish Sea, English
    Chanal, Atlantic Ocean.

3
Information the UK.
Country Flag Population Status cities
England 50,431,700 Kingdom English cities
Scotland 5,094,800 Kingdom Scottish cities
N.I. 1,724,400 Province Northern Irish cities
Wales 2,958,600 Principality Welsh cities
UNITED KINGDOM 60209500 Kingdom
4
Religion
  • The national religion-Christianity.
  • Christianity was first introduced to Britain by
    the Romans.
  • The next religion is Islam.

5
England
  • The two main traditional symbols of England are
    the St George's cross (the English flag), and the
    Three Lions coat of arms.
  • Other national symbols exist, but have varying
    degrees of official usage, such as the oak tree
    and the rose.
  • The Tudor rose is the national floral emblem of
    England, and was adopted as a national emblem of
    England around the time of the Wars of the Roses.

6
Northern Ireland
  • Former Coat of Arms of Northern Ireland 1925-72
  • The most
  • Important cities
  • Are Belfast,
  • Armagh,
  • Derry, Newry,
  • Lisburn.

7
Wales
  • It is the coat of arms.
  • The most important cities
  • Cardiff, Swansea,
  • Newport,Bangor.

8
Scotland
  • Royal coat of arms.

9
United Kingdom-climate.
  • However, temperatures rarely fall below -4 C and
    will only rise above 32 C in the height of the
    summer.
  • The highest temperature recorded in England is
    38.5 C on 10 August 2003 at Brogdale, near
    Faversham, Kent. The lowest temperature ever
    recorded in England is -26.1 C on 10 January
    1982 at Edgmond, near Newport, Shropshire.

10
The largest cities in the UK
  • London - 7,172,091 (though the City of London
    proper is one of the smallest cities in England)
  • Birmingham - 970,892
  • Glasgow - 629,501

11
This presentation was done by
  • Bashkeev Alexandr
  • Sprygin Vlad
  • Hrucheva Asia.
  • our teacher- E. V. Talzi.
  • Thank you for your attention!
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