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Great Britain

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Info Table

Capital London
Currency Pound Sterling (£)
Population 62,041,708 (2010 est.)
Electricity 230V, 50 Hz
Country code +44
Time zone summer: UTC +1
winter: UTC
Emergencies dial 112 or 999
Tourism information visitbritain.com
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British literature, music, cinema, art, theatre, comedy, media, television, philosophy, architecture and education are influential and respected across the world. The United Kingdom is also prominent in science and technology, producing world-leading scientists (e.g. Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin) and inventions. Sport is an important part of British culture; numerous sports originated in the country, including football. The UK has been described as a “cultural superpower”,[3][4] and London has been described as a world cultural capital.

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English is spoken throughout the United Kingdom, although there are parts of major cities where immigration has led to a variety of languages being spoken as well. The English spoken in the UK has many accents and dialects, some of which may contain words which are unfamiliar to other English speakers. It is fairly common for a resident of the south and one of the north not to understand each other at first go; do not be afraid to ask someone to repeat themselves. To illustrate the variety of accents available, it is easy to distinguish the English spoken by someone from Northern Ireland as opposed to someone from the Republic of Ireland, or even pinpoint a person’s origin to a particular town within a county, such as Leeds or Whitby (both in Yorkshire, England). English in Scotland and Northern Ireland can be spoken quite fast. The different dialects can be extremely different in both pronunciation and vocabulary.

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Great Britain

Updated on 2016-03-24T09:32:58+02:00, by Roberts Rožkalns.