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ENGLAND

It is one of the four constituent nations of the United


Kingdom. Its territory is geographically formed by the
southern and central part of Great Britain, island that
shares with Scotland and Wales.

Its territory covers 130,395 km² the largest being the


island of Great Britain
The last census, the population of England
was 53,012,000
The predominant religion is Anglicanism,
followed by Catholicism
The national flower is the Tudor rose

Its flower was adopted as a national emblem after the


war of the two roses, and is formed by the union of the
two symbols that fought these battles York and
Lancaster.

The shield that represents it has three printed lions


commemorating Ricardo Corazon de León.
The currency of England
is the pound sterling.
There are 5, 10, 20, 50
100 and coins1 and 2
pound and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20
and 50 pennies
April 23 is the feast of his patron
saint, St. George.
The activities are free: gastronomic
fairs, parades, events for children
and all kinds of cultural events
Harvest Festival is a celebration for
cultivated products, held in September
November 11 is Remembrance Day,
or Poppy´s day.
It is a day destined to remember
those killed in the two world wars
An artificial poppy is carried on the
flap.
Guy Fawkes is celebrated on
November 5, and
commemorates the defeat of the
conspirators who tried to
overthrow the Parliament in
1603.
It became known as the
Gunpowder Conspiracy
Traditional foods have very
old origins, such as bread,
cheese, roasted and stewed
meat, empanadas,
vegetables, broths, and fresh
and salt water fish
Of the 31 World Heritage sites
in the United Kingdom, 17 are
in England
The oldest folk legends in
England are those of King Arthur
the Queen Geneva, Sir Lancelot,
the Knights of the Round Table,
and the magician Merlin,
Camelot, the Excalibur sword
and the search for the Holy
Grail.
ROLLING STONES

Paint It Black

Angie

Satisfaction

Wild Horses

Honky Tonk Women

Start Me Up

Miss You

Anybody Seen My Baby


THE BEATLES
Hey jude
Here comes the sun
Let it be
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da
Yellow submarine
Twist and shout
All you need is love
Lucy in the sky with diamonds
She loves you
QUEEN
Bohemian Rhapsody
Don't Stop Me Now
We Will Rock You
Another One Bites the Dust
We Are the Champions
I Want to Break Free
Somebody to Love
Love of My Life
Killer Queen
Radio Ga Ga
Under Pressure
Antony and Cleopatra

King Lear

Hamlet

Julio César

Macbeth

Othello

Romeo and Juliet

El mercader de Venecia

A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Taming of the Shrew

Much ado about Nothing


MARY SHELLEY

Frankenstein
JANE AUSTEN

Sense and Sensibility

Pride and Prejudice

Emma

Persuasion

Mansfield Park

Northanger Abbey
CHARLES DICKENS

Oliver Twist

Nicholas Nickleby

The Old Curiosity Shop

Barnaby Rudge

Martin Chuzzlewit

Hard Times

Little Dorrit

Great Expectations
VIRGINIA WOOLF

The Voyage Out, .

Night and Day.

Jacob's Room.

Mrs. Dallowa.

To the Lighthouse.

The Waves.

The Years.

Between the Acts.


AGATHA MARY CLARISSA MILLER
(AGATHA CHRISTIE )
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
Passenger to Frankfurt
Murder in Mesopotamia
At Bertram's Hotel
The Mysterious Mr. Quin
Five Little Pigs
Murder on the Orient Express
Joanne Rowling

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows


ALFRED HITCHCOCK

Number 13

The Pleasure Garden

The Mountain Eagle

The Farmer's Wife

Psicosis
CHARLES CHAPLIN

The Knockout

The Gold Rush

The Circus

City Lights

Modern Times

The Great Dictator


Many sports were born in
England and were spread
throughout the world,
badminton, cricket, croquet,
football, field hockey, rugby,
tennis, table tennis and horse
racing
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