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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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  1. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  2. The Union Flag

  3. Flag of the United Kingdomis commonly called the Union Jack. It is a combination of the crossesof patrons of three countries; St.George’ cross, the patron of England St. Andrew’s cross, the patron of Scotland St. Patrick’s cross, the patron of Ireland Flag of Wales does not appearon the Union flag, because when in 1603 the earliest version of the flags emerged (a combination of England and Scotland), Wales was already united with England. The current flag was established in 1801r when the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was established.

  4. United Kingdom consits of: Great Britain Northern Ireland United Kingdom(UK) – the so-called Great Britain.

  5. Great Britain consists of: England Wales Scotland Great Britain

  6. It is the largest country inUnited Kingdom(53 million inhabitants). The capital of England is London. Patron - SaintGeorge. National Day of England – 23rdApril (St.George's Day). The longestriver – River Severn England

  7. National flower of England: • the Rose

  8. Flag of England- St. George’s cross

  9. The capital ofEngland – London • View of the Parliament

  10. Scotland • Eilean Donan Castle on Loch Duich.

  11. The capital of Scotland -Edinburgh. Population –5,295 Patron of Scotland – Saint Andrew Scotland's National Day - November 30 (St. Andrew's Day). Scotland has its own language - Scottish Gaelic. The longest river - The River Tay Scotland

  12. National flower of Scotland • the Thistle

  13. Flag of Scotland – St. Andrew’s cross

  14. the capital – Edinburgh • View of the castle

  15. Wales • Beaumaris Castle on the Anglesey Isle

  16. Capital - Cardiff. Population – 3 million. Patron - St. David. National Day of Wales - March 1st (St David's Day). Wales has its own language - Welsh. The longest rier - Towy Wales

  17. National flower of Wales: • the Daffodil

  18. National symbol of Wales • the leek

  19. Flag of Wales

  20. The capital - Cardiff • View of the Cardiff Bay

  21. NorthernIreland. • Coast of Northern Ireland

  22. The capital of Northern Ireland - Belfast. The population - 1 million 810 thousand Northern Ireland is also known as "Ulster„ St. Patrick is the patron of Northern Ireland. National Day Northern Ireland - March 17 (St. Patrick's Day). Northern Ireland has its own language - Irish. The longest river – the River Bann Irlandia Północna – Northern Ireland.

  23. National flower of NorhernIreland: • the Shamrock

  24. Flag of NorhernIreland – St. Andrew’s cross

  25. The capital - Belfast • View of the Belfast City Hall.