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    Geography Of The UK Geography Of The UK Presentation Transcript

    • Geography and facts about the UK By Jeni Prettyman
    • Map of the UK
    • Cities in the UK
      • London is the capital of Britain. It has a population of over 7 million people.
      • Cardiff is the capital of Wales. Over 320,000 people live here.
      • Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland.
      • Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland. The Scottish parliament can be found here.
      • The Scottish parliament :
    • Geographical features
      • The highest mountain in the UK is called Ben Nevis. It is in Scotland.
      • The longest river is the River Severn in Wales/England. It often floods.
      • The River Severn:
    • Geographical features
      • The biggest lake is Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland.
      • Another famous lake is Loch Ness in Scotland. Some people believe that a monster called Nessie lives here.
    • Facts and figures
      • Over 60 million people live in the UK.
      • 83% of the population live in England.
      • The average summer temperature is 15.5 degrees.
    • Languages
      • English is the 1 st language of the UK
      • Other official languages are Welsh (in Wales) and Scottish Gaelic (in Scotland)
    • Two famous places
      • Stonehenge is in south-west England. It was built 5000 years ago and may have been a church.
      • Tintagel is a castle in Cornwall which may have been the home of King Arthur.