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England

English Culture and Civilization
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Jhoyling Zabaleta Fernandez

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of England

<<Dieu et mon droit>> Location and Borders Geography London Important Cities Liverpool Lake District Newcastle Culture
Architecture St. Pancras Station Blackpool Tower Culture
Architecture Chatsworth House,
English country house ,,, Folklore Morris dance folk dance Heroic Epic Poem Beowulf Literature Old English
(1066-1154):
Latin and French

Middle English (1154-1485): Writer:
Geoffrey Chaucer

Golden Age: William Shakespeare William Shakespeare
(26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616) Music Subsistence and Commercial Activities Economy Manufacturing Industries
Farming
Service Industries
Electrical Equipment
Tourism
Powerhouse England's Work Force
Agriculture
Construction
Mining
Energy Industrial Arts Central Market
Groceries
Fast Food Trade Bosses
Subordinates
Class Consciousness is Decreasing
Dominant Role Model Division of Labor Introduction 1. Constitutional Monarchy
2. Parliamentary System

"Executive-Legislative" Government -Monarch: Queen Elisabeth II
-Prime Minister (U.K.): David Cameron Today Political Parties Left Right Centre Association Football Sports Cricket Rugby League Rugby Union 1902: Tragedy at Ibrox
1950: World Cup qualification
. 1977: Wembley pitch invasion British Home Championship The 1908 Summer Olympics
The 1948 Summer Olympics Olympic Games Wembley Stadium Twickernham Stadium Lord’s Cricket Ground Olympic Stadium Conclusion King Arthur
Camelot
Excalibur
Merlin Robin Hood Nowadays:
J. R. R. Tolkien
Agatha Christie
J. K. Rowling Famous Writers House of Commons: Lower house
of the british parliament London Eye The Eden Project
The world's largest greenhouse Canterbury Cathedral Stonehenge is composed of a circular setting of large standing stones set within earthworks. Stonehenge The British Museum, England's single most visited site.
Established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury. Elizabeth tower
(Big Ben) Ecotourism England also has some unique natural environments, and has a significant Ecotourism industry:
Eden Project in Cornwall.
The Lake District, a national park with hills and lakes, including Windermere, the largest lake in England.
The Peak District, a national park in Derbyshire.
Dartmoor and Exmoor, national parks in Devon.
The New Forest, a rural forest park in Hampshire.
The Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site in Dorset and Devon
The National Forest, covering parts of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire.
Center Parcs, a European network of rural holiday parks. Tourism England Flag and Coat of Arms three identical gold lions with blue tongues and claws, walking and facing the observer The red cross appeared as an emblem of England in the Middle Ages, specifically during the Crusades
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