Is Great Britain a country?
No, Great Britain is an island containing England, Scotland and Wales. It is the largest island of the British Isles. It is part of the country called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Lots of people use 'Great Britain' when they really should say the UK.
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Other than England, Scotland and Wales, every other country in theworld is not part of Great Britain. What you may be thinking of isNorthern Ireland being a part of the United… Kingdom along withGreat Britain. Northern Ireland is on the separate island ofIreland.
Great Britain is not a country, it is part of the United Kingdom.
Great Britain is not a country, it's an island. The 1707 Acts of Union united the territories within Great Britain (England Wales and Scotland) as The United Kingdom of Great… Britain
Great Britain is an island, so none. The nearest country is France.
The United Kingdom has one land border with the Republic of Ireland .
There are two. Ireland and the Isle of Man. Neither are part of Great Britain.
No, Capatitilist Democractic
After the Union of the Parliaments of England and Scotland in 1707.
Gordon Brown is the current British Prime Minister but that may change after the election in May.
It broke from Rome early and kept the money It plundered Spanish Galeons from the New World by Piracy It had/has creative people eresulting in it being the first to the In…dustrial Revolution It built a very powerful navy under Henry 8th and continued by Elizabeth 1st enabling it to control the seas and become a major colonial power. Warning - this answer is biased - it is a DEMOCRACY Who says we are rich ? We are in recession and times are hard. Like all countries and I shan't name any, there are ebbs and flows..most in the long ago past, increased funds by piracy, not many European countries are exempt from that !
Great Britain is part of the country known as the 'United Kingdom' or as it's more formally known The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. See related link… for more details.
Great Britain was colonized by the Roman Empire in the first century and partially colonized by Denmark in the 10th.
Yes, in practice. Although Britain (from the roman Britannia) refers to only England and Wales. The term Great Britain comes from the Act of Union 1707 and refers to Englan…d, Wales and Scotland. Passports are issued for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The island known as Great Britain consists of England, Scotland andWales. It is not the same as the United Kingdom, which alsoincludes Northern Ireland.
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