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United Kingdom

Dylan Scheumann

on 17 May 2010

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History By Dylan Scheumann United Kingdom Europe Culture Government Geography The U. K. was formed by some of the countries of Britian that joined together on January 1, 1801. The U. K. was in the very important WWII. Which took place from 1939-1945. A very important person in the U. K. was Alexander Graham Bell. The population of U. K. on January 1, 2010 was approximately 62,227,409 people. The U. K.'s capital city is London. London The climate in U. K. is anywhere from 68 degrees F to -38 degrees F. In the U. K. the land is grassy and
there are lots of hills. Some imports are new & used passenger cars, petrolium products, crude oil and collectibles. The U. K. has a constitutional monarchy. The U. K. uses the euro as their main currency. Some exports are aircraft engines, computer accessories, airplane parts and precious medals other than gold. Sports- Football, Cricket, Rugby Union,
Golf and Tennis. Languages- The main language is English (because more
than 70% of people in U. K. speak it). Some of the food in U. K. is Salmon Kedgeree (British-Indian salmon), Lemon Curd, Haggis (sheep) and Welsh Rarebit. Music- most people listen to classical music
but others listen to folk music. Dance- in the United Kingdom, most dance
is related to tap dance. Folklore- a big story is that the United Kingdom has many haunted venues (accident sites). Another story is that there is a vampire around the tombs of London's Highgate Cemetary that petrifies people in or near it. The main religion of the United Kingdom is Christianity and everyone is free to choose their own religion. The colors on the United Kingdom's flag represents: White- peace and honesty, Red- hardiness, bravery, strength and valour, Blue- viligence, truth, loyalty, perseverance and justice. The U. K. is the 6th largest tourism destination with about 24.8 million visitors per year. The End
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