What in England?
mostly christian and athist but people have come from all over and now its all diffrent
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England was first known as England at the time of Alfred the Great 871 AD to 924 AD. The English came to England as raiders in around 449 AD known by the Catholic Church as Ad…ventus Saxonem or the Coming of the English. But it was not until Alfred The Great that the English started to form their own land. It was Alfreds Grandson - KIng Aethelstan who finally deafeated a combined army of Irish, Norse, Scots and Welsh at The battle of Brunanburgh in 937 AD.. These initial English were a confederation of 3 Germainc Saxons Angles and Jutes. However, the people called themselves Anglisc (Angle-ish, Anglian) and the national identity was assumed under the heading Anglisc or Englisc, 'English'. The people gave their name to their territory, thus the Englisc gave their name to Englalond (England). Englisc was used from the time of Alfred the Great onwards to describe both in the sense of 'Englishman' and as meaning the 'English' language.
England is a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain andNorthern Ireland, a country situated off the North West coast ofFrance in Europe. Longitude: from 6 degrees West t…o 2 degrees East. Latitude: from 50to 56 degrees North. Western europe in the North Sea
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!
By air, sea and rail.
It's the equivalent of the poppy, and is worn to celebrate Armistice Day.
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
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It can be the offspring or children of a person or used as a mild expletive.