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The more we know the name of England. Many call it Great Britain or United Kingdom.But The correct and official name of none other than "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland." Sure, you have been wondering, what on earth would use this long name to simply state the name of a country? You will not disagree. I guess nobody does.One thing is for sure. If you do not like the official name for God, not to mention when talking in English with a Scottish or Welsh why would tsatisete incredible and unlikely to have traveled here as searching fighting. However, the United Kingdom as a state entity is commonly known as the accepted name for Great Britain.

And then after we finished the introduction and safeguard the physical integrity let you go in the country. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is located in northwestern Europe. The total territory is shared between the British Isles, the two major islands of Britain Archipelagous, and numerous small islands near the British coast, including Orkney, Shetland Islands and the Hebrides, the island Angklsei and Man in Irlandiki Sea. Part of the UK is also the island whit and islands of Manchis. The nations comprising set of four regions: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (Ulster). 

Many cities and towns in the UK are of particular interest to travelers. 

One sure to list every traveler should be in London, capital of the United Kingdom and one of the most important cities in the world. 

Belfast is also of particular interest to the visitor. It is the capital of Northern Ireland and converted rapidly into a popular tourist destination. 

Birmingham on the other hand, is the second largest city in Britain, has excellent market and malls, and is the birthplace of the popular Balti, (the Balti is actually a deep wok which are prepared and served meals and is of Indian patent Immigration Birmingham).Birmingham is also the birthplace of Tolkien. 

Another town worth visiting is the Bristol, a historic town famous for its Georgian architecture and nautical heritage. 

Cardiff is the capital of Wales, which hosts various cultural events and many other modern and historic attractions. 

Edinburgh - Scotland's capital city hosts the largest arts festival in the world and many tourist attractions as well is the second most popular city in the United Kingdom. 

Glasgow - Scotland's largest city, new cultural hotspot and former cultural capital of Europe. 

Liverpool - city, known for its musical tradition, sports, nightlife and multiculturalism.European Capital of Culture 2008. 

Finally Manchester - Thriving bohemian music scene, hosting a unique art festival in the world and is the third most popular destination in the United Kingdom. 

Note: The above information was updated at the time of issue of the article but can change without notice. Please confirm the accuracy of these before your trip.


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