The territory of Great Britain is divided into 15 parts. First, it - Britain, and in it - London
suburbs, where, among other things, is the Royal Greenwich Observatory, through which the
meridian. Then - South east coast which overlooks the English Channel (British
the name of the English Channel), which in its narrowest point, near the town of Folkestone, begins "Channel" tunnel
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under the English Channel, which connects England with France. In southern England, Poole is the largest
port of the British Isles, the Isle of Wight and coastal. West of England, called the West
a country bordering the English Channel and Bristol Bay. This territory is a rolling and mountainous areas,
happens and wetlands, some of which drained for agricultural use.
There Plains, including Salisbury Plain, which is a mysterious Stonehenge, ancient
(4000 years) building with giant boulders in the form of dolmens, which, they think, could be long
astronomical observatory. To the northeast lies the area called Thames and Chylternski
hills, and even further east - East of England, the coast of which comes already in the North Sea. Above is
Midlands region (central counties of England), which is sometimes divided into East Midlands, on the coast
North Sea and West Midlands (or Heart of England), bordering the west Wales. Here the river flows
Severn, the longest in the UK. Pennines, backbone of England that stretch from the border with
Scotland center of the country, divided its northern half. The right of the Pennine mountains are
two regions: Hambersayd Yorkshire and Northumbria (county Nortamberlend) and left - North
west and Cumbria (District lakes in north-west England), near the coast which, in the Irish Sea,
Isle of Man is a popular tourist center.
The north of Cumbria and Northumbria is Scotland - its mainland and
Orkney, Shetland, Hebrides and many small islands. Scotland bordering the North Sea
and the Atlantic Ocean, in particular, its warm Gulf Stream. Scotland can be divided
in three parts. On the north is North Highlands ridge of the mountains and Ben Hrampianskyh
Nevis, the highest peak in the UK, and in the south - Southern Uplands. Between them,
in the basin of the Clyde and Forth, is the central belt or lowland Scots. Here, on the eastern
coast, Bay Fort, is the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh, and on the west coast, at the mouth
River Clyde, which flows into the Irish Sea, lies Glasgow, the largest city in the country. Between them, on the eastern
coast, Bay Fort, at the mouth of the Fort, is another fairly large city - Sterling, a little north,
on the east coast at the mouth of the River Tay, is the town of Dundee. Further north see Aberdeen importance
city on the northeast coast, at the mouth of the River Dee, which flows into the North Sea. The only major
is a city in northern Iverness, which is located on the northern coast of the Gulf of Moray, near Lake Loh-
Ness, in the mouth of the River Ness. Loch Ness is known worldwide thanks to the Loch Ness monster, a large water
reptiles, such as plesiosaurs, with a relatively small head and long neck, which seems to be living in the lake.
Mainland Wales - a peninsula bordered by Bristol Bay, which enters the mouth
Evon river and St George's Channel in the Irish Sea. On the shore of Bristol Bay is located
and Welsh capital, Cardiff. Wales also includes coastal island of Anglesey. The landscape of the country
mostly mountainous. In Cambrian spine are two mountains at a height of 800 meters each, are known
called "Brekonski Signal lights", because in the old days they lit signal lights. Immediately
there are more than ten Welsh mountain peaks, the height of each of which exceeds 3000 feet. Seven
Welsh wonders include Rekshemsku bell tower of St. Giles, built in the XVI-th century;
Overtonski old yew tree at the church cemetery at Holy Mary in. Overton-on-
D; Source St. Vinefrid - a place of pilgrimage near the city. Holivell in the county of Flintshire; Hresfordski
bells in the medieval church of All Saints in. Hresford; Snowdon, the highest mountain peak Wales
Llanholenskyy bridge over the River Dee, built in 1347, and Pistyll Redr, the largest waterfall
in Wales, the height of 75 meters. Northern Ireland occupies a sixth of the island of Ireland. Its landscape is hilly in places, and places
is the fertile lowlands of arable land. Deforestation and unpredictable humid climate,
resulting steady cloud cover caused the presence of large areas of land meadows