What does England have?
well England has lots of places. London is the capital city and in there is the big ben, tower of London and the river temes. England is a well known country
3 people found this useful
England is a constituent country of the United Kingdom; it is located on the island of Great Britain (the largest island in the British Isles).
England is full of fantastic things to do, though of course tourists are advised to plan to work around the weather! Here are a few highly recommended activities: . Visit L…ondon, the capital city of England, though not necessarily home of British culture! London is perfect for "shopaholics" there's nothing money can't buy! Hotels are available from Â£19 (approx $30 as of 2/2/2011) and there are many historical sites such as the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the London Eye, Covent Garden, the Tower of London and HMS Belfast. . Visit Warwickshire, the heart of England. Warwickshire is home to Stratford-Upon-Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace), and the picturesque and historical towns of Warwick, Kenilworth and Royal Leamington Spa. Famous castles can be found at both Warwick and Kenilworth. You could also visit Coventry city and Nuneaton (George Eliot's birthplace). . Visit coastal towns! Nothing can beat an English sea-side town. Definite recommendations are Poole and Bournemouth, both absolutely stunning and often very warm in summer (well warm to British standards!). If children are with you when visiting England and you wish to go to a coastal town Butlins is perfect as it provides food, board and entertainment as well as being by the sea. . Try visiting Center Parcs, they are very peaceful with plenty of activities for everyone as well as being set in a rural location, it is common for wildlife (such as Swans) to come right to your door! If you require more information, please go to www.visitengland.com which is England's official tourism website.
Take a plane!
Not a lot. Apart from UK citizens living here, we do not celebrate Thanksgiving.
England is part of the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom is amember of the European Union.
The United Kingdom, which is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, has a Scottish Prime Minister, which means that England is governed by a Scotsman.
we have: first of all we have power that can make lots of inventions including diffrent kinds of light bulbs ore machines, [e.g washing machine] but they mostly need a so…rce which is called the sun. We don't often get it because of the weather, but thats a another subject but we don't only need the sun because we have another source named the moon. the other subject is weather we mainly get rainy weather so thats another one ... i'm terrible sorry but i don't want to include anymore but if you do want any more answers than contact me at; firstname.lastname@example.org
England have plenty to offer, we must remember the best players are there. in figures out of 500 players i the E.P.L 261 are foreigners, sights and stadiums are good.And mind …you they last held it in 1966.
Well, in Revolutionary wartimes, we had almost all freedoms. But now, Britan has prime ministers, lefthand roads, British car shows, and amazing landmarks.
only a sense of humour
\n \nThe England flag (the St George Cross) is a red 'plus sign' on a white background. The Union Flag is an amalgam of the English, Scottish and Northern Ireland flags.
Queen Elizabeth II but with only nominal political power.