By Aya Almajidi
located in the United kingdom, England is the most popular place in the UK. England is a beautiful place. If you ever visit England make sure to visit London. There many sights and places to see. Hope you enjoy
Soccer is the most popular sport in England! In England there are more then 300 teams. The most important are Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and many more. England entered the world cup in 1950. Population of people that play males:1.4 million Female: 42,500. In 1966 England won the world cup. They are 1 out of 8 countries to ever win the world cup. 1 famous player that you might know, because he is one of the most recognizable Player in the world, that used to play for England is David Beckham. He played for Manchester United. He was a mid fielder.
Cricket is a team sport for two teams of eleven players each. equiment used is: cricket ball, cricket bat, wickets, stumps,bails. some protective gear is Pads, gloves, helmet, etc for batsmen to wear to prevent injury when struck by the ball.
England plays many more amazing sports. But i chose soccer and cricket because they are they most important in the country.
The views (Tower of london)
Tower of London remains one of the most popular tourist attractions in London. Complete with tales of historical drama, infamous Beefeaters, etc. a visit to the Tower is a must for all visitors to London.
Tower Bridge Exhibition. Built in 1894, this is one of the best known and most iconic bridges in London. Visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition and you'll not only learn about the history of the Bridge but you'll also enjoy breathtaking views of London from the high-level walkways - a perfect photo opportunity.
Westminster Abbey is a stunning gothic. Many famous names are part of the rich history of Westminster Abbey, from royals to scientists, poets and aristocrats; including Charles Darwin and Chaucer. More recently, Kate and Wills were married in the church in 2011. A must-see visit and one of London’s most significant structures - and you can even skip the long, snaking queues right to the front!.
Although England is the poor relation on the British Mainland in mountain scale there are still over 200 which reach over 2,000 feet (610 metres) in height. Most, including the 10 highest are located in the north western corner of the country within the Lake District National Park. Over 95% of them are in the north with the majority confined to the Lakes, North Pennines and Yorkshire Dales. Six more are on the border with Scotland in the Cheviot Hills and another six within the Howgill Fells. The North Midlands have just three within the Peak District National Park and the South West can claim just two, High Willhays and Yes Tor, both on Dartmoor. The following table lists every English Mountain over 2,000 feet in height in order from highest to lowest. Locations and Grid References are included. Links lead to information or walks featuring the relevant mountain.