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«Туризм и путешествие в Объединенное Королевство»

Муниципальное общеобразовательное учреждение  «Средняя школа 102 Дзержинского района Волгограда»     Презентация на тему:  “Tourism and travel in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland “      выполнили:  Лебедева Александра,  ученица 9 «Б» класса  МОУ СШ 102  Лесниченко Светлана,  ученица 9 «Б» класса,  МОУ СШ 102   руководители:  Митюшкина Л.В.,  учитель информатики  Бардакова Е.В.  учитель английского языка Волгоград, 2020

Муниципальное общеобразовательное учреждение «Средняя школа 102 Дзержинского района Волгограда»

  • Презентация на тему: “Tourism and travel in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland “

выполнили: Лебедева Александра, ученица 9 «Б» класса МОУ СШ 102 Лесниченко Светлана, ученица 9 «Б» класса, МОУ СШ 102 руководители: Митюшкина Л.В., учитель информатики Бардакова Е.В. учитель английского языка

Волгоград, 2020

Contents The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1 2 England 3 Wales 4 Scotland 5 Northern Ireland

Contents

The United Kingdom of Great

Britain and Northern Ireland

1

2

England

3

Wales

4

Scotland

5

Northern Ireland

The United Kingdom of  Great Britain  and Northern Island  The UK, which today includes Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, is known worldwide for its color, national holidays, traditions, cuisine, music, clothing, football and, of course, attractions. That's why it is the best place for travelling. Let's get wise to the most famous attraction, which you should visit  at least once in your life. More information

The United Kingdom of  Great Britain 

and Northern Island 

The UK, which today includes Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, is known worldwide for its color, national holidays, traditions, cuisine, music, clothing, football and, of course, attractions.

That's why it is the best place for travelling. Let's get wise to the most famous attraction, which you should visit  at least once in your life.

More information

England     It is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom (UK). It is a country with over 60 counties in it. It is in a union with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. All four countries are in the British Isles and are part of the UK. England was named after a Germanic tribe called the

England   It is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom (UK). It is a country with over 60 counties in it. It is in a union with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. All four countries are in the British Isles and are part of the UK. England was named after a Germanic tribe called the "Angles", who settled in Central, Northern, and Eastern England in the 5th century. 

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Famous Landmarks 1. Big Ben 2. British Museum 3. Buckingham Palace 4. Canterbury Cathedral 5. Coast of Cornwall 11. St. Paul’s Cathedral 6. Houses of Parliament 7. Imperial War Museum 10. Salisbury Cathedral 8. Lake District 9. National Gallery 13. Stratford-upon-Avon 12. Stonehenge 14. Tate Modern 15. Tower Bridge 16. Tower of London 17. Westminster Abbey More information

Famous Landmarks

1. Big Ben

2. British Museum

3. Buckingham Palace

4. Canterbury Cathedral

5. Coast of Cornwall

11. St. Paul’s Cathedral

6. Houses of Parliament

7. Imperial War Museum

10. Salisbury Cathedral

8. Lake District

9. National Gallery

13. Stratford-upon-Avon

12. Stonehenge

14. Tate Modern

15. Tower Bridge

16. Tower of London

17. Westminster Abbey

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London, thou art the flower of cities all!  Gemme of all joy, jasper of jocunditie.  WILLIAM DUNBAR,  London  London is not only the capital of England, but also the United Kingdom. Romans founded the city two thousand years ago and called it Londinium. It is the most visited city in England due to its many famous attractions like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral. One of the newest attractions to experience is the London Eye, and it gives visitors wonderful panoramic views of the city.

London, thou art the flower of cities all! Gemme of all joy, jasper of jocunditie.

WILLIAM DUNBAR, 

London

London is not only the capital of England, but also the United Kingdom. Romans founded the city two thousand years ago and called it Londinium. It is the most visited city in England due to its many famous attractions like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral. One of the newest attractions to experience is the London Eye, and it gives visitors wonderful panoramic views of the city.

Wales Wales  is one of the countries that make up the United Kingdom.  Rich in history and natural beauty, Wales has a living Celtic culture distinct to the rest of the UK. Travelers are attracted to Wales because of its beautiful landscape, including the mountains and coast of its stunning national parks, the wealth of history and large number of imposing castles. More information

Wales

Wales  is one of the countries that make up the United Kingdom.  Rich in history and natural beauty, Wales has a living Celtic culture distinct to the rest of the UK. Travelers are attracted to Wales because of its beautiful landscape, including the mountains and coast of its stunning national parks, the wealth of history and large number of imposing castles.

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Cardiff Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, has come a long way from being the industrial city it was known to be a few years ago. Because its government has put an emphasis on modernizing the old in order to have a more vibrant tourism industry, it’s now become an enticing tourist hot spot that many people are starting to appreciate. There are many attractions that can lure you into Cardiff, so instead of looking to other areas for the quintessential welsh holiday, why not decide to stay here for a bit? You might just find yourself pleasantly surprised that you did. 1 More information 1. https://www.britannica.com/

Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, has come a long way from being the industrial city it was known to be a few years ago. Because its government has put an emphasis on modernizing the old in order to have a more vibrant tourism industry, it’s now become an enticing tourist hot spot that many people are starting to appreciate. There are many attractions that can lure you into Cardiff, so instead of looking to other areas for the quintessential welsh holiday, why not decide to stay here for a bit? You might just find yourself pleasantly surprised that you did. 1

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1. https://www.britannica.com/

Landmarks of Wales Harlech Castle in North Wales Blaenavon Industrial Landscape - a UNESCO World Heritage site,  Blaenavon. North Wales Castles - UNESCO World Heritage site, built in the decades after the invasion or conquest of Wales by England in the thirteenth century. They represented the most advanced military technology of the time. They have been compared with the Crusader Castles of the Middle East. Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - UNESCO World Heritage site,  Wrexham. Brecon Beacons pretty highlands turned into a national park with weaving streams, waterfalls and canals Snowdonia - the largest mountain in Wales, and considered the most beautiful and poetic in Britain More information

Landmarks of Wales

Harlech Castle in North Wales

Blaenavon Industrial Landscape - a UNESCO World Heritage site,  Blaenavon.

North Wales Castles - UNESCO World Heritage site, built in the decades after the invasion or conquest of Wales by England in the thirteenth century. They represented the most advanced military technology of the time. They have been compared with the Crusader Castles of the Middle East.

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - UNESCO World Heritage site,  Wrexham.

Brecon Beacons pretty highlands turned into a national park with weaving streams, waterfalls and canals

Snowdonia - the largest mountain in Wales, and considered the most beautiful and poetic in Britain

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Scotland Scotland adorns the Northern third of Great Britain. It is comprised of 790 islands which include the Northen Islands and the Hebrides. With a population of over 5,000,000 people, Scotland covers an area 31,510 square miles, divided into 3 main regions, the Highlands, Midland Valley, and the Southern Uplands. The official language is English, but Gaelic is also spoken there. 2 More information 2. https ://www.projectbritain.com/britain/scotland.htm

Scotland

Scotland adorns the Northern third of Great Britain. It is comprised of 790 islands which include the Northen Islands and the Hebrides. With a population of over 5,000,000 people, Scotland covers an area 31,510 square miles, divided into 3 main regions, the Highlands, Midland Valley, and the Southern Uplands. The official language is English, but Gaelic is also spoken there. 2

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2. https ://www.projectbritain.com/britain/scotland.htm

Edinburgh The capital is Edinburgh, Scotland’s 2nd largest city, while its largest is Glasgow. More information

Edinburgh

The capital is Edinburgh, Scotland’s 2nd largest city, while its largest is Glasgow.

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Famous Landmarks National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh Loch Ness Skye Island in the Inner Hebrides The Edinburgh Castle St. Andrew’s Golf Course Outer Herbides The Eilean Donan Castle The Holyrood Palace The Scottish Highlands The Orkney Islands More information

Famous Landmarks

National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh

Loch Ness

Skye Island in the Inner Hebrides

The Edinburgh Castle

St. Andrew’s Golf Course

Outer Herbides

The Eilean Donan Castle

The Holyrood Palace

The Scottish Highlands

The Orkney Islands

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Northern Ireland Northern Ireland is one of the four countries encompassed by the United Kingdom. It consists of six of the nine traditional counties of the former Ulster province. Northern Ireland’s economy is greatly propelled by what they call as sustainable tourism. The residents say Island is a place where one can relax, rejuvenate and refresh. As it is home to many famous people, traditional music, unique food and gardens, great castles, monuments and monasteries, it is without a doubt that Northern Ireland offers great tours for solo tourists, couples, and especially for groups of people. More information

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is one of the four countries encompassed by the United Kingdom. It consists of six of the nine traditional counties of the former Ulster province. Northern Ireland’s economy is greatly propelled by what they call as sustainable tourism. The residents say Island is a place where one can relax, rejuvenate and refresh. As it is home to many famous people, traditional music, unique food and gardens, great castles, monuments and monasteries, it is without a doubt that Northern Ireland offers great tours for solo tourists, couples, and especially for groups of people.

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Belfast  It is also the second largest city on the island of Ireland (after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland), and the fifteenth largest in the United Kingdom. Shattered by more than three decades of paramilitary conflict, Belfast has undergone a renaissance in recent years and is now a vibrant, modern city. It has been voted the fourth best city in the UK for a city break in the Guardian/Observer travel awards. Giant’s Causeway The  Giant's Causeway  is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. [3][4] t is located in County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland, about three miles (4.8 km) northeast of the town of Bushmills. According to legend, the columns are the remains of a causeway built by a giant. More information

Belfast

It is also the second largest city on the island of Ireland (after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland), and the fifteenth largest in the United Kingdom. Shattered by more than three decades of paramilitary conflict, Belfast has undergone a renaissance in recent years and is now a vibrant, modern city. It has been voted the fourth best city in the UK for a city break in the Guardian/Observer travel awards.

Giant’s Causeway The  Giant's Causeway  is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. [3][4] t is located in County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland, about three miles (4.8 km) northeast of the town of Bushmills. According to legend, the columns are the remains of a causeway built by a giant.

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Thanks for watching! Welcome to the United Kingdom of  Great Britain and Northe r n Ireland,  the best place for tourism and travelling!

Thanks for watching!

Welcome to the United Kingdom of

Great Britain and Northe r n Ireland,

the best place for tourism and travelling!


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