Geography • The UK consists of 4 countries: England, Scotland, Wales and N.I. • It is washed by the North Sea, Irish Sea, English Channel, Atlantic Ocean.
Religion • The national religion-Christianity. • Christianity was first introduced to Britain by the Romans. • The next reli- gion is Islam.
England • The two main traditional symbols of England are the St George's cross (the English flag), and the Three Lions coat of arms. • Other national symbols exist, but have varying degrees of official usage, such as the oak tree and the rose. • The Tudor rose is the national floral emblem of England, and was adopted as a national emblem of England around the time of the Wars of the Roses.
Northern Ireland • Former Coat of Arms of Northern Ireland 1925-72 • The most Important cities Are: Belfast, Armagh, Derry, Newry, Lisburn.
Wales • It is the coat of arms. • The most important cities: Cardiff, Swansea, Newport,Bangor.
Scotland • Royal coat of arms.
United Kingdom-climate. • However, temperatures rarely fall below −4 °C and will only rise above 32 °C in the height of the summer. • The highest temperature recorded in England is 38.5 °C on 10 August 2003 at Brogdale, near Faversham, Kent. The lowest temperature ever recorded in England is −26.1 °C on 10 January 1982 at Edgmond, near Newport, Shropshire.
The largest cities in the UK • London - 7,172,091 (though the City of London proper is one of the smallest cities in England) • Birmingham - 970,892 • Glasgow - 629,501
This presentation was done by: • Bashkeev Alexandr; • Sprygin Vlad; • Hrucheva Asia. our teacher- E. V. Talzi. Thank you for your attention!