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GREAT BRITAIN

 

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland occupies

territory of the British Isles which are situated to the north-west of

Europe. They consist of two main islands: Great Britain and Ireland.

England is in the south of the island of Great Britain, Scotland is in

the north and Wales is in the west. Northern Ireland is situated in the

north-eastern part of Ireland. Its western coast is washed by the

Atlantic Ocean. In the east the island of Great Britain is washed by the

North Sea. The Irish Sea, the North Channel and the St. George’s Channel

separate Ireland from Great Britain. Great Britain is separated from

France by the English Channel, which is 32 km wide in its narrowest

part. In everyday speech “Great Britain” is used to mean the UK.

 

The climate of Britain is usually described as cool, temperate and

humid. As the weather changes with a wind, and Britain is visited by

winds from different parts of the world, the most characteristic feature

of Britain’s weather is its variability. Summers are not hot and winters

are not cold in Britain. The snow never lies for long on the ground. As

a rule there is no ice on the waters of rivers and lakes. So we may say

that the British climate has 3 main features: it is mild, humid and

changeable. That means that it’s never too hot or too warm.

 

Weather changes very often.

 

English is the official, but not the only language used in the country.

 

Britain has been many centuries in the making. The Romans conquered

most part of Britain, but were unable to subdue the fiercely independent

tribes in the West and in the North. Further waves of invaders followed:

Angels, Saxons, Jutes, Vikings and Normans. All these contributed to the

mixture we call English. For many centuries this country was known

simply as England. It had a strong army and navy. It waged numerous

colonial wars. England, once the “work shop of the world”, was the first

to become a highly industrial country.

 

There are no big rivers in Great Britain. The biggest are Severn and

Thames. The Severn in England is the longest river. It is 350 kilometers

long. It flows south – west into the Irish Sea. There are a lot of

mountains in Great Britain, but they are nit high. The highest mountain

- Ben Nevis - is in Scotland. The flora of the British Isles is much

varied and the fauna is similar to that of the north-west of Europe. The

country is not very rich in natural resources but there were suffice for

the Industrial Revolution to start.

 

London

 

 

London is the capital of the Great Britain.

 

It was founded by the Romans. It is very old city. It is two thousand

years old. London is only the capital of the country; it is also a huge

port.

 

London is situated upon both banks of the Thames. There are 17 bridges

across the river. The population of London is over 8 million people.

 

London has got three parts of London, the West End, and the East End.

The City of London is the oldest part of London. You can see narrow

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