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Why is Prince Charles the prince of wales and not of England?

Prince Charles has the title of 'Prince of Wales' because of it being traditionally granted to the heir apparent to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain (MORE)

Why are Scotland and Wales separated from England?

Scotland , England and Wales are all separate countries - actually originally separate Kingdoms - with a separate national identity. They all became politically united along w (MORE)
In Wales

When did Wales become part of England?

Wales has not become part of England. Wales is it's own country next to England. It is in the UK but that also consists of Scotland and the six counties of Northern Ireland. (MORE)

What counties border England and wales?

On the English side: Cheshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire & Gloucestershire. On the Welsh side: Clwyd, Powis, Mid Glamorgan & Gwent.  
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In Wales

Is Wales a separate country to England?

Yes but its is still in 'The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland'However, Wales is technically a Principality and as such is tied to England for laws.
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Who looked after the sick after the dissolution of the monasteries?

After the monasteries were dissolved, almshouses and hospitals had  an increased importance of looking after those unable to do so  themselves. The motivation was different, (MORE)

Highest Mountains in England and Wales?

  England - Scafell Pike 978 m or 3,209 ft, Helvellyn 950 m or 3,117 ft   Wales - Snowdon 1,085m or 3,560 ft, Carnedd Llewelyn 1,064 or 3,491 ft
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