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Why is the United Kingdom also known as Great Britain?

The United Kingdom is not known as Great Britain. It is a mistake  people make. The United Kingdom refers to the four countries  England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Irelan (MORE)

Is the United Kingdom and Great Britain the same?

No. Great Britain is the island that contains England, Wales &  Scotland. The United Kingdom consists of Great Britain (England,  Wales & Scotland) and also Northern Ireland (MORE)

Are England Scotland and Ireland a part of United Kingdom of Great Britain?

England, Wales and Scotland are part of the United Kingdom of Great  Britain and Northern Ireland. Six of the 32 counties in the island  of Ireland are called Northern Irela (MORE)

Why are Great Britain and the United Kingdom considered the same country?

Answer   The United Kingdom is a country of western Europe comprising England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Beginning with the kingdom of England, it was creat (MORE)

Are Scotland and Ireland a part of United Kingdom of Great Britain?

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales make up the United  Kingdom. The Republic of Ireland is not part of the United Kingdom.  Great Britain refers just to the islan (MORE)

Why is Great Britain also called the united kingdom?

Britain and the United Kingdom are not the same thing Britain is made up of England, Wales and Scotland The united Kingdom is made up of England, Wales, Scotland and North (MORE)