What are the main rivers in the United Kingdom?
As an American, the Thames of London and the Mersey of Liverpool are the only ones that I am aware of. An English contributor will have to tell you of any others.
Tweed, Tay, Forth, Clyde, Spey, Moray, Avon, Ouse, Severn, Humber, Trent, Tees, Tyne...
The rivers mentioned by other contributor above, plus:
Eden, Ure, Lune, Wharfe, Derwent, Dee, Aire, Wye, Great Ouse, Stour, Medway, Clwyd, Conwy, Erne, Blackwater.
Several hundreds if not more
There are two main rivers in the United Kingdom River Severn 220 miles River Thames 215 miles
The longest river in the United Kingdom is the river Severn. Other long rivers include the Thames, the Trent, and the Merseyrivers.
The United States of America and the United Kingdom
The main exports of the United Kingdom are manufactured goods, fuels, chemicals, food, beverages, and tobacco.
Severn, Thames and Trent.
Severn, Thames and Trent.
The United Kingdom is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Yes, just a few. Great Britain and its isles has a total of 1182 named rivers. The United Kingdom has a total of 1319 named rivers. Great Britain comprises of England, Scotland and Wales. The United Kingdom comprises of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
the main fishing countries are japan and the united kingdom
I think it is food
Church of England
The main religion is Christianity.
Ebro (Spain), Eden (United Kingdom) and Elbe are rivers in Europe. They begin with the letter E.
English is the main language spoken in the United Kingdom, so you would just say "Welcome".
Yes, there is a city in the United Kingdom called York. It is a walled city situated at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss Rivers in North Yorkshire, England.
Severn, Thames, Trent, Avon, Ouse, Mersey.
The main legislative body is Parliament.
The United Kingdom trade with the United States and European Union as their main source of trade. The United Kingdom trades resources and goods from their country.
the main product is soap
Felixstowe and Southampton and Tilbury.
The River Trent is in England. It is the third longest river in the United Kingdom.
The answer to that question is River Severn, River Thames and River Trent.
Severn, Thames and Trent. The Trent empties into the River Humber.
Main countries by area: Russia France Ukraine Spain Sweden Main countries by population: Russia Germany France United Kingdom Italy Main countries by influence on the world: United Kingdom Spain France Russia Portugal
in WWII, the united kingdom, USSR, and the US
America and the United Kingdom are two.
Wales, England and Scotland
Protestant and Catholic
It hasn't (yet!).
There are four major landforms that make up the United Kingdom. These include the countries of Ireland, England, Scotland, and Wales.
Water polo originated as a form of rugby played in rivers in the United Kingdom.
River Severn 220 miles River Thames 215 miles
Food, machinery, vehicles, oil, people.
grasses, deciduous trees, cereals
The River Clyde is a river in Scotland. It is the eighth longest river in the United Kingdom.
The River Thames flows through England. It is the second longest river in the United Kingdom.
Easy: Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and England - all make up Great Britian - otherwise known as the United Kingdom.