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England is in the southernmost part of the island of Great Britain, and has 51.4 million inhabitants (2008). England bordered on the north by Scotland, on the west by the Atlantic Ocean, Wales and the Irish Sea in the south to the English Channel and the North Sea to the east. The country is the largest and most populous part of the UK.

Most of England consists of lowland, but in the northwest, mountainous “Cumbrian Mountains”. The area is also known as the Lake District and is famous for its beautiful scenery with a number of peaks over 900 meters and lakes. It also England’s highest mountain – Scafell Pike – which measures 978 m

England have generally a mild climate, and often a changing weather conditions with high humidity. The country is divided into seven urban regions, where the largest is Greater London, West Midlands (around town Birmingham ), Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire (around Leeds ).

The capital of England is the multicultural world metropolis of London, which is the largest urban area in the United Kingdom. London has 7.8 million inhabitants (14 million in the metropolitan area), and has numerous tourist attractions. Here’s something for every taste, whether it’s shopping, museums, nightlife, art exhibits and historical information at the top of your wish list. London also has a world-famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, London Eye and Buckingham Palace.

In addition to the capital London, England is famous for its numerous pubs, the beautiful landscape of English manor houses, university cities of Oxford and Cambridge and the seaside resort of Brighton.

The three largest and busiest airports in England is London Heathrow Airport, London Gatwick Airport and London Stansted Airport.