How Much Do We Know
about the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom includes
England,
Scotland,
Wales
and Northern Ireland.
Scotland
Vlad Slovick, Igor Sharkov, Boris Tsalkin
• Loch Ness
• Queen's Park
• Aberdeen
• Edinburgh Castle
• The National Gallery of Scotland
• The Forth Bridge
• The Royal...
Loch Ness is one of the most famous
lakes in the world. It is the second largest
lake in Scotland after Loch Lomond. It is...
Aberdeen
England
Kate Petrova, Kate Ermakova, Natasha Laevskya, Tanya Chitlova
England is
one of the parts of the United
Kingdom. London is the capital of the
United Kingdom and England, its
economic, ...
There are a lot of places of
interest in London. Among them
there are:
•Westminster Abbey
•The Houses of Parliament
•Bucki...
This is
Westminster
Abbey. It is main
church in UK,
where kings,
queens, and many
famous people
are buried.
This is Buckingham Palace. It is the Queen’s official
London residence. Tourists always go to see the
ceremony of changing...
This is the Houses of Parliament. On the bank of the
Thames, not far from the Tower of London, you can see
Westminster Pal...
This is the Baker Street, the place where Sherlock Holmes lived and worked.
Today this house is museum and very popular fo...
London stands on the river Thames. Crossing the river by the Tower
Bridge you can see the Tower of London. It's the London...
Kate Ignatova, Dasha Tulguk, Ann Kulikova
Belfast Castle was built
in the XII century. The
English garden with
traditional lawns and
walkways was planted
around the...
The most famous place of Belfast is Donegall Square
The Titanic Belfast museum was
the most ambitious project in
Northern Ireland. The facade of
the museum is made from 3000
...
The first castle was built here by the Normans in
the late 12th century. In 1611, Sir Arthur
Chichester, Baron of Belfast,...
Belfast
Castle
The Antrim Coast
Carnfunnock Country Park
A visit to Northern Ireland will be incomplete if
you don’t see the Giants Causeway.
The Giants Causeway is the Northern
Ireland’s premier tourist attraction and
fascinating geological wonder. It lies in the...
Cardiff
Vladimir Buchenkov, Misha Polhov
The Smallest House in
Great Britain is a tourist
object on the
waterfront of the town
of Conwy, Wales. Its
size is just 3,...
Conwy Castle is a castle, with eight towers, one of the best examples of the
medieval city. Here you can see the 22nd towe...
Devil's Bridge is located on the slopes of Rheidol
Valley. Three bridges stacked one above the other.
The lowest was built...
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    1. 1. How Much Do We Know about the United Kingdom
    2. 2. The United Kingdom includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
    3. 3. Scotland Vlad Slovick, Igor Sharkov, Boris Tsalkin
    4. 4. • Loch Ness • Queen's Park • Aberdeen • Edinburgh Castle • The National Gallery of Scotland • The Forth Bridge • The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh • The Western Highlands of Scotland
    5. 5. Loch Ness is one of the most famous lakes in the world. It is the second largest lake in Scotland after Loch Lomond. It is deep and about one mile wide. The lake is famous for the legend about the Loch Ness monster. Monster is a mystery creature called Nessie. There is a Museum of Loch Ness Monster on the riverside. Many people travel to Loch Ness to look at beautiful landscapes. They hope to look at Nessie too.
    6. 6. Aberdeen
    7. 7. England Kate Petrova, Kate Ermakova, Natasha Laevskya, Tanya Chitlova
    8. 8. England is one of the parts of the United Kingdom. London is the capital of the United Kingdom and England, its economic, political and cultural centre. It is one of the world's most important ports and one of the largest cities in the world. London has been a capital for nearly a thousand years. Many of its ancient buildings still stand.
    9. 9. There are a lot of places of interest in London. Among them there are: •Westminster Abbey •The Houses of Parliament •Buckingham Palace •St Paul’s Cathedral •London Bridge •The Tower of London
    10. 10. This is Westminster Abbey. It is main church in UK, where kings, queens, and many famous people are buried.
    11. 11. This is Buckingham Palace. It is the Queen’s official London residence. Tourists always go to see the ceremony of changing the Guard there.
    12. 12. This is the Houses of Parliament. On the bank of the Thames, not far from the Tower of London, you can see Westminster Palace, or the Houses of Parliament. It is the seat of the British government and it is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. In one of its towers there is famous Big Ben, the largest clock of England. It strikes every quarter of an hour.
    13. 13. This is the Baker Street, the place where Sherlock Holmes lived and worked. Today this house is museum and very popular for tourists.
    14. 14. London stands on the river Thames. Crossing the river by the Tower Bridge you can see the Tower of London. It's the London's oldest building. Since it was built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, this castle has been a Royal palace, a prison, a place of execution, a zoo, the Royal Mint, and an observatory. Today it's a museum and houses the Crown Jewels. There is a gift shop.
    15. 15. Kate Ignatova, Dasha Tulguk, Ann Kulikova
    16. 16. Belfast Castle was built in the XII century. The English garden with traditional lawns and walkways was planted around the castle. The Grand Opera House was built in 1894.
    17. 17. The most famous place of Belfast is Donegall Square
    18. 18. The Titanic Belfast museum was the most ambitious project in Northern Ireland. The facade of the museum is made from 3000 tiles made of anodized aluminum.​​ Inside, in addition to the exhibition halls there are also a banquet hall, seminar rooms, a few cafes and restaurants, numerous shops and even an underground car park. The Big fish is one of the most famous attractions of Belfast. It was created by popular contemporary artist John Kayndiessa in 1999, and is set on the banks of the river. The length of the Big Fish is about 10 metres. All the fish is covered with ceramic tiles with texts and images on the history of Belfast.
    19. 19. The first castle was built here by the Normans in the late 12th century. In 1611, Sir Arthur Chichester, Baron of Belfast, built on this place the castle made of stone and timber. Chichester lived in England, then he got back to Ireland and decided to build a castle. Construction cost a lot of money. Then the Shaftesbury family bought the castle. Now it is owned by the city and is used for parties, weddings, etc. According to legend, the castle has always contained a white cat, it brought good luck.
    20. 20. Belfast Castle
    21. 21. The Antrim Coast
    22. 22. Carnfunnock Country Park
    23. 23. A visit to Northern Ireland will be incomplete if you don’t see the Giants Causeway.
    24. 24. The Giants Causeway is the Northern Ireland’s premier tourist attraction and fascinating geological wonder. It lies in the northeast of Northern Ireland. It consists of forty thousands of basalt rock pillars. It appeared as a result of the volcanic activity 50-60 million years ago. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986 and a National Nature Reserve in 1987 by the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland.
    25. 25. Cardiff Vladimir Buchenkov, Misha Polhov
    26. 26. The Smallest House in Great Britain is a tourist object on the waterfront of the town of Conwy, Wales. Its size is just 3,05 by 1.8m. It has an interesting story. Now this is a museum.
    27. 27. Conwy Castle is a castle, with eight towers, one of the best examples of the medieval city. Here you can see the 22nd tower with three gates and length of walls on three quarters of a mile, which remained intact.
    28. 28. Devil's Bridge is located on the slopes of Rheidol Valley. Three bridges stacked one above the other. The lowest was built by the Knights Templar about in 1188, the average - in 1753 and upper in our time.

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