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United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, each with its own history and landscape. From Scotland's highlands to Wales' coasts and England's countryside, these areas allow for exploration and learning about the UK's cultural background. Historical sites and traditions are key in shaping today's communities across the UK. Major cities like London, Edinburgh, and Cardiff also offer urban experiences alongside historical exploration.

In culture, the UK has museums and events that showcase its heritage. The British Museum in London, National Museum in Cardiff, and Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh are central for understanding the area's history. Events like the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Notting Hill Carnival in London highlight the cultural variety within the UK, showing the distinct contributions from its four nations. This mix of history and cultural activity provides insight into the UK's role in global culture and society.


Economics & Tourism


Cost of Living Index

Annual Tourists
36 million

Homicide Rate
1.2 per 100,000

Median Income £29,600/yearly

Tourism Revenue
£ 149 billion (2019)

Top Activities
Sightseeing, Museums, Historical Sites

Source: World Bank | CIA World Factbook | Statista | Trading Economics | UNODC | NUMBEO



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London - United Kingdom


London - United Kingdom


London - United Kingdom

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