England

By Dylan Bishop

My Country's Flag

Here is my country's beautiful flag showing of it's colors once more.
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Map of my country

In my map you may be able to see some other parts of Europe too, Such as Scotland and Ireland!
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Special customs of the country

Most people in England speak in modified English, but many locals either speak in Welsh, or even Gaelic.

Symbols on my country

Some examples of symbolizing monuments from my country would be the London Eye Ferris-Wheel, Or even the famous Big Benjamin clock tower in Westminister!
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Traditional costumes worn in my country

Many people either dress normal, of formal.
~Formal men wore Scottish kilts on special occasions.
~Formal women wore tall black hats with white blouses
and checked wool skirts.
~Normal women wear the casual dress.

Here are some examples of dress from my country.
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Holidays celebrated in England

There are many holidays celebrated in the country of England, but i thought that I would the top two most important that are very similar to the United States, but slightly different. Although, there are many holidays i chose Hogmanmay, a traditional celebration that is almost the exact same thing as New Year's, but U.K style. Also, I chose Guy Fawkes Day, which is basically the U.K's version of the Forth of July, with about 20x as many fireworks.
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Typical foods from my country

Many people in England eat many different foods. Some foods are very delicious like:
Fish and chips, Kidney pie, Mince, Tatties, Cawl bara brith, and many more!

Although I only had used two examples, these are my personal favorites on the list, Fish and chips and Kidney pie.
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