What is the capital of England?
The population of England is ... people.
The patron saint of England is ...
In England they celebrate their National Day on ... .
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About ... people live in Wales.
What is the capital of Wales?
When is the National Day celebrated in Wales?
... is the patron saint of Wales.
What is the national symbol of Wales?
The capital of Scotland is ... .
Scotland's population is ... .
The National Day of Scotland is celebrated on ... .
The patron saint of Scotland is ... .
What is the symbol of Scotland?
The population of Northern Ireland is ... .
What is the capital of Northern Ireland?
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The patron saint of Northern Ireland is ... .
What is the symbol of Northern Ireland?
Which of the countries has the smallest population?
Which of the countries has its National Day in autumn?
Which of the countries has a white, red and green flag?
Which of the countries was William Shakespeare born in?
Which of the countries doesn't "GREAT BRITAIN" refer to?
The national symbol of England is the Tudor rose. How does it look like?
"Yellow Submarine" is a song by ...
The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. In what country is it situated in?
You’ll find separate wings for Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and Rome, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, spread across three floors. Oh, and a drop dead gorgeous glass roof covering the stunning Great Court. But do you know where it is located?
Tartan is a piece of woven cloth (historically made from wool) that is made up of brightly coloured stripes, arranged in patterns known as ‘setts’.Historians say that Celts have woven tartan cloth for thousands of years. In the Highlands tartan was spun, dyed and woven locally, and the cloth was used to make kilts and for everyday wear.
But it's so much more than just something to wear - it's a historic piece of clothing which has stood the test of time.
Which country is well-known for men in kilts?