Trabajo sociales british isles

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Trabajo sociales british isles

  1. 1. By:Isabel, Dunia, Ignacio, Victor, Ángel and Teresa
  2. 2. English politic Capital cityn – London Nuber of people – 13.945.000Main cities – London, Briminghan, Liverpool, Manchester. Number of peple – England – 51.113.205
  3. 3. Regions Greater London – people – 7.322.400South East England - people – 8.000.550South West England – people – 6.853.206 West Midiands – people – 5.267.337North West England – people – 2.515.442 Yorkhire and the Humber – 5.142.400 East Midiands – people – 260.000 East of England – people - 5.338.140
  4. 4. England Phisical Geographical MOUNTAINS OF ENGLAND: - Cranborne Chase - Dorset Downs - Glastobury Tor - Scafell Pike - South Dorset Downs
  5. 5. Rivers - Tamesis - Severn- El Trent - Ouse
  6. 6. Seas - Sea North- Ocean Atlantic
  7. 7. Lakes- Windermere- Wast Water
  8. 8. Monuments Palace of buckingham: Buckingham Palace (Buckingham Palace) is theofficial residence of the British monarch in London.The palace is used for ceremonies and state visits,sightseeing and as a residence by Queen Elizabeth II, and is also the headquarters of the royal collection of art (Royal Collection), whose main jewels are exhibited to the public. style of construction is Gregorian, classical, neoclassical and was built in 1703 and ended in 1826.
  9. 9. Monuments Bridge of London: London Bridge is a bridge in London (England)over the River Thames between City of London and Southwark. It is located between thebridges of "Cannon Street Railway" and "Tower Bridge and the bridge was built in 1136
  10. 10. Monuments Stonghene:Stonehenge is a megalithic monument, type dolmen of the Bronze Age near Amesbury, Wiltshire County, England, about eight miles north of Salisbury. Stonehenge is composed of large blocks of stone arranged in four concentric circles. The outer, thirty feet in diameter, consists of large rectangular sandstone rocks that originally were topped by lintels, also of stone, and believed to have been built in the Paleolithic.
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