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Michael Dunn

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By Michael Dunn United Kingdom Positioned in the northern, eastern and western hemispheres, the United Kingdom (or UK) is Europe's largest island.
Absolute Location: London: 51° 30' N / 0° 7' W. Location PHYSICAL: The United Kingdom includes the countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The first three countries are on the island of Great Britain, while Northern Ireland occupies the northeastern sixth of the island of Ireland. The United Kingdom also includes clusters of smaller islands such as the Shetland Islands, Orkney Islands, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. This geographically small, but culturally and politically influential, nation has an interior of hills and valleys, with no location more than 80 miles from tidal waters.
HUMAN: The United Kingdom is the home to 62,641,000 people . A majority of the people speak English, but in the U.K, people are known to speak such languages as Welsh, Scots, British Sign Language, Irish, Angloromani, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish, and Shelta. As of 2011, people in the United Kingdom follow such religions as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism, and Buddhism. Place Region Formal Region: Coffee shops which are located in London . What makes them so unique is that they don't sell coffee, they sell marijuana .

Functional Region: The rail network in Great Britain is the oldest such network in the world. The system consists of five high-speed main lines (the West Coast, East Coast, Midland, Great Western and Great Eastern), which radiate from London to the rest of the country, augmented by regional rail lines and dense commuter networks within the major cities. High Speed 1 is operationally separate from the rest of the network, and is built to the same standard as the TGV system in France. 3 Hadrian's Wall (Formal region)
Big Ben (Functional region)
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