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United Kingdom

by: Mathew Perez
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on 20 January 2013

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UNITED KINGDOM SCOTLAND CROSS - Simbolize Martyr Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, He was crucified on an X-shaped cross at Patras.
WHITE - Represent peace and honesty.
BLUE - vigilance, truth and loyalty, perseverance & justice.
FLAG - demonstriate their loyalty and Scottish nationality. EDINBURGH
is the capital city of SCOTLAND how to get there?
&
go around? five main international airports Glasgow
Edinburgh
Aberdeen
Glasgow Prestwick
Inverness Transportation can be use: buses
trains
aeroplane
boats
taxi weather patterns: Temperature
January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland, with the daytime maximum temperatures that ranges of an average of around 5° to 7 °C. July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with temperatures of an average 19 °C. summer on the island winter in the highlands dramatic highland light autumn in pethshire summer on a highland Language : English, Scottish English, British English

Religion : Christianity

Scotland dress : culture Edinburgh Castle it is one of the oldest buildings in Scotland. The building was first built by Michele Canmore. Currently this palace is one of the historical buildings that are always crowded with tourists every year. Edinburg Castle is not only beautiful, but its location on top of the mountain gives a very impressive sight. Edinburgh Castle become one of top tourist attractions in Scotland Lodging option: Edinburgh residence - The Edinburgh Residence is home to your Edinburgh vacation a five-star luxury suite. Why go to Scotland? It because Scotland is a land of legends, a complex history and some of the world’s most lush scenery, calls out to the adventurous nature within us. Experience the place that inspired the epic movie “Braveheart”. Truly a place with something for everyone, Scotland is a small country that leaves a big impact on all who pass through. NORTHERN IRELAND NORTHERN IRELAND CROWN - simbolize the loyalty of the people to the british Monarchy.
6 POINTED STARS - represent the six counties that makeup Northern Ireland.
OPEN RIGHT HAND - iconography "God the Father".
ARM - simbolized the historic province of Ulster.
CROSS - the cross of "De Burgh"
FLAG - known as "Red Hand Flag". Belfast the capital of Northern Ireland Béal Feirste, meaning
"mouth of the sandbanks" transportation five main international airports Cork Airport
Donegal International Airport
Dublin Airport
kerry Airport
Ireland West Airport Knock BUSES TRAINS BICYCLE GIPSY CARAVANS CAR TAXI Climate in Ireland SNOWFALL FOG THUNDERSTORM FROST SUNSHINE RAINFALL T E M P E R A T U R E IN
IRELAND Air temperatures are measured at a height of approximately 1.2 m above a flat surface which is covered with short grass. The thermometers are housed in a white painted wooden louvred shelter known as a Stevenson Screen. CULTURE Language : English, Irish, Ulster Scots, Shelta,
Religion : Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam, Hinduism
Dress : THE CLARENCE Owned by members of the band U2, the Clarence is a perfect mixture of sleek sophistication and coolness. Everything here is designed for subtle elegance, from the soft, neutral color schemes, to the luxurious bed linens and huge beds, to the helpful staff. The City of Dublin can trace its origin back more than 1,000 years, and for much of this time it has been Ireland's principal city and the cultural, educational and industrial center of the island.
Dublin is one most popular tourist destinations in Europe, this is due to it's small part Dublin's world-famous nightlife. DUBLIN
"town of the hurdled ford" WHY IRELAND its stunning landscape and green scenery, Ireland is truly the closest you can get to taste a slice of heaven.
There are a lot of things that you can do on Ireland - whether you are an active person who enjoys sports or the laid back type who marvels at its perfect scenery. If you are into sports like golfing, fishing, or surfboarding, the Ireland has the best place for you.
its stunning landscape and green scenery, Ireland is truly the closest you can get to taste a slice of heaven.
There are a lot of things that you can do on Ireland - whether you are an active person who enjoys sports or the laid back type who marvels at its perfect scenery. If you are into sports like golfing, fishing, or surfboarding, the Ireland has the best place for you. Old town New town E N G L A N D Red Cross - The red cross appeared as an emblem of England specifically during the Crusades

Flag of England - Known as St George's Cross LONDON mean's
"fortress, ruler" FIVE Five main International airport Heathrow Airport
Gatwick Airport
London City Airport
Stanted Airport
Luton Airport Cars Motorcycle Buses and Coaches Double Decker Bus Sightseeing Buses Trams Taxi Trains Tube CLIMATE IN ENGLAND spring summer autumn winter snow Temperate Climate
The overall climate in England is called temperate maritime. This means that it is mild with temperatures not much lower than 0ºC in winter and not much higher than 32ºC in summer. It also means that it is damp and is subject to frequent changes. Culture Religion Dress Language: -Germanic
-West Germanic
-Anglo-Frisian
-Anglic
-English -Christianity
-Islam
-Hinduism
-Sikhism
-Judaism
-Buddhism Claridge’s Hotel When James Mivart opened the doors in 1812 to what is now called Claridge’s Hotel, he set out to provide lodging for individuals who were not just passing through, but were staying for a short period of time. This meant that the rooms were originally available for month-long stays, not for just a night.
Stonehenge One of top tourist attractions in England, Stonehenge is among the most important prehistoric sites in the world. It was produced by a culture that left no written records so many aspects of Stonehenge remain subject to debate. Evidence indicate that the large stones were erected around 2500 BC. It is not known for certain what purpose Stonehenge served, but many scholars believe the monument was used as a ceremonial or religious center. Why go to England Because England truly does have it all - an immense capital city filled with endless gems, a countryside that could swell the hardest of hearts, a lively pub culture, and a history so rich, it oozes from every cobblestone and street corner.
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