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United Kingdom
Capital: London
Chief of State: Monarch Elizabeth II
Head of State: Prime Minister Theresa May
Population: 64,511,000
National Anthem: God Save the Queen
Lyrics/Music: Thomas Arne
UK Countries:

Great Britain - Wikipedia


Great Britain, also known as Britain Listen/ˈbrɪ.tən/, is a large island in the north Atlantic .... and Cornwall were not assimilated by the Germanic tribes, a fact reflected in the s...

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland facts ...


Get information, facts, and pictures about United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports ...

78 Interesting Facts about the United Kingdom | Fact Retriever


Feb 7, 2017 ... [12]; It is illegal to import haggis from the UK into the U.S., as the American government has declared that sheep lungs are unfit for human ...

Facts about Britain - Project Britain


London is the capital of the UK and of England. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland. Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland. Cardiff is the capital of Wales.

UK Facts: 93 Facts about The United Kingdom ←FACTSlides→


UK Facts: did you know that... The Queen of the UK is the legal owner of one- sixth of the Earth's land surface?

25 Great facts about Britain: New book reveals the unique and the ...


Nov 7, 2012 ... A new book has brought together some fascinating, obscure and entertaining facts that give an insight into the British way of life.

Great Britain Facts, Facts about Britain - World Map


Great Britain Facts - Know Facts about Britain as it is an island located in the northwest of continental Europe and east of Ireland. It is the ninth largest island in  ...

10 Interesting Things About Great Britain | Mental Floss


Apr 28, 2014 ... 10 Interesting Things About Great Britain ... In fact, the delays to see an NHS doctor can get pretty long, which is why poet Michael Lee founded ...

United Kingdom Facts, United Kingdom Flag -- National Geographic


England and Wales were united in 1536. The addition of Scotland in 1707 created Great Britain, renamed the United Kingdom in 1801 when Ireland was added.