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England Presentation
England Presentation
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England Presentation
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England Presentation
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England Presentation
England Presentation
England Presentation
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England PPT Presentation (Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport Students) Information System Project.

England PPT Presentation (Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport Students) Information System Project.

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  • This Presentation implemented by:Class 1/A and Class 2/B,Ramy Mossad and Mohamed Reda Mohamed Farahat in Class 1/A.And the rest of colleagues in Class 2/B.
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    • 1. ENGLAND
      Amgad Mohamed
      Fraidy Atef
      Ramy Mossad
      Nader Magdy
      Mohamed Reda Farahat
      Mahmoud Mohamed Negad
    • 2. England's Geography
      England is a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, it’s an island situated off the North West coast of Europe.
      Bordered by Scotland in the north, the North Sea in the east, the English Channel in the south and Wales in the west.
      Most of England is rolling hills.
      Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England with an elevation of 978 meters.
    • 3. Key Facts on England
      Major Cities: London- Leeds- Liverpool- Manchester.
      Capital: London with a population of 7,556,900.
      Population: 51,446,000 inhabitants.
      Geographic size: 130,395 km2 .
      National Anthem: None.God Save the Queen, Land of Hope and Glory.
      Currency: Pound sterling (GBP).
      Sex Distribution:
      Males: 48.7%.
      Females: 51.3%.
    • 4. Climate of England
      England has a temperate climate, with mild winters with temperatures not much lower than 0°C, and not much higher than 32°C in summer. Generally, July is normally the warmest month, and February is normally the coldest.
      London Climate
    • 5. Religions in England
      71.75% of England's population are Christians.
      22.52% is unidentified or non-religious.
      Other religious minorities include Muslims which account for 3% of the population.
      There are also Jewish, Hindu and Sikh minorities.
    • 6. People Distribution
      White 45,082,900
      Asian 2,914,900
      Black 1,447,900
      Mixed 870,000
      Chinese 400,300
      Other 376,100
    • 7. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
      Usually referred to as “”The UK””,””United Kingdom””, “”Great Britain””or “”Britain””.Britain is part of the British isles in the north-west of Europe. Britain is a union made up of four constituent countries:
      The Kingdom of England.
      The Kingdom of Scotland.
      The Principality of Wales.
      The Province of Northern Ireland
    • 8. England and Wales joined together in 1284 under the statue of Rhuddlan.
      Scotland’s monarchy then joined England’s monarchy in 1603.
      In 1707 the kingdoms of Scotland and England then united together to form the kingdom of Great Britain.
      In 1801 Ireland joined the union to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
    • 9. Due to disputes about religion, southern Ireland declared independence but Northern Ireland remained part of the United Kingdom
    • 10. Government of England
      Parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarchy.
      Queen Elizabeth II as a head of the state.
      The continuity of the monarchy has been interrupted only once (the republic of 1649-60) in over a thousand years.
      Parliaments is made up of the House of common, the House of lords and the Queen in her constitutional role.
    • 11. Economy of England
      The Economy of England is the largest of the four economies of the United Kingdom.
      England is one of the world's most greatly industrialized countries.
      England is a chief shipbuilding country.
      England is an important manufacturer of chemical and textile products.
      Automobiles, and aircrafts are among England's.
      Other important industrial products:
      Automobiles
      Aircrafts
      The most important economic sectors:
      agriculture
      fishing
      Investing
      banking
      manufacturing
      tourism
    • 12. Tourism in England
      Tourism plays a significant part in the economic life in England .
      Many other people come to England as tourists, and this is economically beneficial.
      In the UK as a whole, tourism contributes 76 billion pounds to the British economy, and it employs 6.1% of the working population, making it the 6th largest industry.
    • 13. Types of tourism in England
      Cultural and heritage tourism :Britain's tourist industry is principally "cultural" and "heritage" based, and many tourists are attracted to England because of its history
      Ecotourism : Britain also has some unique natural environments, and has a significant "Ecotourism" industry
    • 14. Cultural and heritage tourism
      Cambridge: A famous university town
      Liverpool: The 2008 European Capital of Culture, a major port and World Heritage Site, home to two cathedrals and houses more listed buildings.
      Oxford : now a busy commercial city, which also has a  famous university
      Stonehenge, a World Heritage Site in Wiltshire
    • 15. Places to visit in England
      The United Kingdom is one of the most world’s most popular tourists destination.
      The most important places to visit are:
      Big Ben in London, The Tower of London is an old cell, Westminster Abbey is a Church and Sthonenge.
    • 16. Festivals in England
      Ascot Racecourse is famous because everybody wears white top hats and elegant sun hats.
      Christmas is annual holiday celebrated on December 25th.people decorate their houses and Christmas trees with light and ornaments.
      Halloween is celebrated on October 31st.many people wear costumes and the children ask "trick or treat", house to house.
    • 17. England’s Sports
      England has a strong sporting heritage, and during the 19th century codified many sports that are now played around the world. Sports originating in England include association football.
      Darts
      Cricket
      Snooker
    • 18. The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 20 clubs
    • 19. England national football team whose home ground is wembley stadium
    • 20. England’s national football team has won the FIFA world cup in 1966 the year they hosted the Cup
      England was paired with Portugal in the semifinals who had overcome a resolute North Korean outfit by five goals to three.
      The final took place at Wembley as almost 100,000 people packed into the famous old ground. England ended the match with West Germany with 4:2 thanks to hat trick from Geoff Hurst
    • 21.
    • 22. The Conclusion
      This is a video summarize a part
      of what we said about England.
      Represents many of
      England’s Inventions
      and discoveries.
      Famous Scientists and
      Literatures.

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