A pristine white church is set in front of an azure blue sky. The church's architecture, with its wooden steeple and clapboard siding, is reminiscent of structures in New England.
London is the capital of the United Kingdom and a popular travel destination. Find a free printable map of London, England, as well as helpful links to UK maps and travel destinations.
A railway track runs through the beautiful white cliffs of Dover, UK. The sea laps against the cliffs, while a few clouds float in an azure blue sky. Visitors to the United Kingdom may be visiting England, Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland.
Line drawing of a pilgrim hat, or capotain, which is a slightly conical hat with a tall crown and narrow brim. This type of hat was popular in England during the early 17th century.
Located on an island at the western edge of Europe, Ireland is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the North Channel and Scotland on the northeast, and the Irish Sea and England on the east.
Scotland is one of four countries comprising the UK. It is bordered by England to the south, the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the northwest, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest.
The game of racquetball was developed, in primitive form, in 19th century England. This page discusses the history, playing environment, and rules of racquetball.
The game of squash was first played in England during the 18th century. This page discusses the history, playing environment, and rules of squash, as well as the differences between American squash and English squash.
Dr Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, left India to return to the NHS as a doctor in April, and has been working treating patients at Boston Pilgrim Hospital in Lincolnshire and Derby Royal Hospital.
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Hege Riise has today been confirmed as the interim coach of the Lionesses and the first world champion soccer player to ever coach an England team. ...
By Asif Burhan, Contributor. Forbes. Tue, 19 Jan 2021 12:02:22 -0500.
Swinglehurst, Edmund. The Lake District. Bolton, England. Aurora Publishing. 1995.