The United Kingdom

8 02, 2020

Westminster School

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What do you know about Westminster School? Westminster School is an independent boarding and day school in the heart of Central London next to Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. Boys can join Westminster at 13+ and girls and boys can join the co-educational Sixth Form at 16+. Westminster School is a historic public school in London,

3 02, 2020

Harrow School

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What do you know about Harrow School? Hi, I'm Bogdan. Read about Harrow School, will you? Harrow School is a public school for boys in Harrow. Harrow  is a large suburban town in Greater London, England. Harrow is home to a large University of Westminster campus and Harrow School. Harrow School is located in Harrow-on-the-Hill. Harrow-on-the-Hill is a conservation area with listed buildings and Georgian

2 02, 2020

Rugby School

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What do you know about Rugby School? Hi, I'm Liza and I'd like to tell you about Rugby school, one of the most famous British independent schools. Rugby School is an independent co-educational day and boarding school in Rugby. Rugby is a market town in Warwickshire, England, close to the River Avon. The town has a

22 01, 2020

British Traditions

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Funny British Traditions Hi, I'm Ira and I'm interested in everything connected with Britain. I am fond of reading about British traditions. British traditions vary from the weird to the wonderful, from the traditional to the popular, and from the simple to the grand. I'd like to share some with you. Read and enjoy! Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling

21 01, 2020

Winchester College

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British Public Schools Hi, I'm Katia. I got interested in British independent school. I'd like to share with you what I've found out about Winchester College. Winchester College is a well-known boys' school. It is an example of a British public school. The school is located in the city of Winchester in Hampshire, England. Its official name is Collegium Sanctae

15 12, 2019

Birmingham UK Second City

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Birmingham Read about Birmingham UK Second City  Birmingham is commonly referred to as the nation's "second city". Birmingham is situated in the centre of the upland area in the valleys of three small rivers: the Tame, the Cole, the Rea. These rivers flow into the Trent, a big navigable river. The name "Birmingham" comes from the

26 04, 2019

The Great Plague of London

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What do you know about the Great Plague of London? During the hot summer of 1665, London was hit by a terrible disease known as The Great Plague. The disease had spread rapidly across parts of Europe and caused many deaths. Although there had been a plague epidemic (known as the Black Death) 300 years

26 04, 2019

Wales Land of Songs

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Wales Is a Land of Songs Read and speak about Wales In the west of Britain lies one of the most beautiful parts of the British Isles – Wales. The mountains and valleys are very beautiful. There are many sheep- and cattle-farms in the green valleys. The North Wales is a farming region; the South

26 04, 2019

Interesting Facts About Wales

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What do you know about Wales? Read some interesting facts about Wales. Welsh History 1301 – After defeating the native princes of Wales, King Edward I of England named his son “Prince of Wales”. Since then the eldest son of the king or queen of England has traditionally been given this title. The First Prince

25 04, 2019

The Great Fire of London

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Learn about the Great Fire of London In 1666, a huge fire that started in a tiny bakery burned down most of London – because it was so big, it was called the Great Fire of London. London was a busy city in 1666. It was very crowded. The streets were narrow and dusty. The houses