Isle of Man

By María Lopez Hermida
2014
Isle of Man
In the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain
and Ireland.
Isle of Man is a European country, Douglas ...
Isle of Man
Population: 80,058
Land area: 572 square kilometres
Languages: Manx and English
Main cities: Douglas
Monetary ...
Isle of Man
Origins and history: In 1266, the island became part of
Scotland. It became part of the English Crown in 1399
...
Isle of Man
Main cities: Castletown is a town geographically
located within the Malew parish of the Isle of Man but
admini...
Isle of Man
Main cities: Douglas is the capital and largest town of
Isle of Man,with a population of 28,939 people. It is
...
Isle of Man
Peel is a town on the Isle of Man, in the parish of
German. It is the third largest after Douglas and
Ramsey.
Isle of Man
Traditions: The music of the Isle of Man reflects Celtic,
Norse and others influences. Including influences fr...
Isle of Man
Traditional food: Traditionally the national dish of the
island is Spuds and Herrin (boiled potatoes and
herri...
Isle of Man
Sport: Isle of Man teams and individuals participate in
many sports both on and off the island including rugby...
Isle of Man

Interesting places to visit:Peel Castle is a castle in Peel,
Isle of Man. It was originally constructed by Vi...
Your country

Reference:
●Mention all the websites you have used to get the
information mentioned in your presentation. Th...
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Isle of man

  1. 1. Isle of Man By María Lopez Hermida 2014
  2. 2. Isle of Man In the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland. Isle of Man is a European country, Douglas is the Capital.
  3. 3. Isle of Man Population: 80,058 Land area: 572 square kilometres Languages: Manx and English Main cities: Douglas Monetary unit: Manx pound and Pound sterling Government: Constitutional Monarchy Head of state/president/king/queen:Queen Elizabethll
  4. 4. Isle of Man Origins and history: In 1266, the island became part of Scotland. It became part of the English Crown in 1399 but the island never became part of the Kingdom of Great Britain or its successor the United Kingdom. It kept its status as an internally self-governing Crown dependency.
  5. 5. Isle of Man Main cities: Castletown is a town geographically located within the Malew parish of the Isle of Man but administered separately. Lying at the south of the island, it was the Manx capital until 1869.The centre of town is dominated by Castle Rushen, a well -preserved castle.
  6. 6. Isle of Man Main cities: Douglas is the capital and largest town of Isle of Man,with a population of 28,939 people. It is located at the mouth of the river Douglas and a sweeping bay of two miles. The river Douglas forms part of the town´s harbour and main commercial port.
  7. 7. Isle of Man Peel is a town on the Isle of Man, in the parish of German. It is the third largest after Douglas and Ramsey.
  8. 8. Isle of Man Traditions: The music of the Isle of Man reflects Celtic, Norse and others influences. Including influences from its neighbours; Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. A wide range of music is performed on the island, such as rock, blues, jazz and pop. However, its traditional folk music has undergone a revival since the 1970s, starting with a music festival called Yn Çhruinnaght in Ramsey.
  9. 9. Isle of Man Traditional food: Traditionally the national dish of the island is Spuds and Herrin (boiled potatoes and herring). A more recent claim for the title national dish would be chips, cheese and gravy. This dish, which is similar to poutine, is found in most of the island's fast-food outlets, and consists of thick cut chips, covered in shredded Cheddar cheese and topped with a thick gravy.
  10. 10. Isle of Man Sport: Isle of Man teams and individuals participate in many sports both on and off the island including rugby union, football, gymnastics, field hockey, netball, taekwondo, bowling and cricket. It being an island, many types of watersports are also popular.
  11. 11. Isle of Man Interesting places to visit:Peel Castle is a castle in Peel, Isle of Man. It was originally constructed by Vikings. The castle stands on St Patrick's Isle, which is connected to the town by a causeway.
  12. 12. Your country Reference: ●Mention all the websites you have used to get the information mentioned in your presentation. These sites might be helpful: ● www.cia.gov ● www.en.wikipedia.org

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