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  • 1. United Kingdom(UK) The UK is situated north-west of the European continent between the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. The author:T.Tabukashvili 30.09.09 [email_address]
  • 2. The UK consists of four countries:
      • England-the capital is London
      • Scotland-the capital is Edinburgh
      • Wales-the capital is Cardiff
      • Northern Ireland-the capital is Belfast
  • 3. England, Scotland and Wales together form Great Britain. Great Britain and Northern Ireland together form the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" (UK) The capital of the UK is London The map of UK
  • 4. The Union Flag, popularly known as the Union Jack , symbolizes the union of the countries of the UK. It is made up of the individual flags of three countries in the Kingdom.
  • 5. England
      • England is the biggest country in the UK
      • England contains about 84% of the UK population.
      • The capital of the UK is in England
      • The English language comes from England
      • The British Royal family live in England
      • Most of the world assumes that British people are "English" unless specified otherwise.
  • 6. National Symbol-St.George ’ s flag
      • Nationality – British
      • Population – 51 million
      • Major Cities – London, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol
      • Religion – Christianity
      • Official Language – English
      • National Day – 23 April, St. George ’ s Day
      • Currency - Pound Sterling
  • 7. Tower Bridge Westminster Abbey
  • 8. Scotland National Symbol- St.Andrew’s Flag
      • Nationality – Scottish and British
      • Population – 5 million
      • Major Cities – Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow
      • Religion – Presbyterian
      • Official Language – English, Scottish
      • National Day – 30 November, St. Andrew ’ s Day
      • Currency - Pound Sterling
  • 9. Ben Nevis Edinburgh Castle
  • 10. Wales National Symbol - Red Dragon Flag
      • Nationality – Welsh and British
      • Population – 3 million
      • Major Cities – Cardiff, Swansea, Newport
      • Religion – Anglicanism, Methodism
      • Official Language – English and Welsh
      • National Day – 1 March, St. David ’ s Day
      • Currency - Pound Sterling
  • 11. Snowdonia Waterfall Vyrnwy Lake
  • 12. Northern Ireland National Symbol- St.Patrick’s Flag
      • Nationality – Irish and British
      • Population – 1.8 million
      • Major Cities – Belfast, Lisburn, Newtonabey, Bangor,
      • Religion – Protestant and Catholic
      • Official Language – English and Irish
      • National Day – 17 March, St. Patrick ’ s Day
      • Currency - Pound Sterling
  • 13. City Hall of Belfast
  • 14. Thanks for your attention! Created by: T.G.T.