ABCs of Culture for United Kingdom

Nihar Pathare and Aniruth Kasthuri

A for Acting

Romeo and Juliet was first performed in England.
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B for Buildings

The Windsor Castle is a famous castle.


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C for Cinema

James Bond is a popular film series in England.


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E for Entertainment

The London Eye is a place tourists when they seek entertainment.


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F for Famous People

Kate Middleton is a famous person that lives in the UK


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G for Government

The UK has a constitutional monarchy.


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H for Holiday

St. Patrick's Day is celebrated in Ireland.


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I for Icons

The Big Ben clock is a cultural icon for the UK.
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L for Language

English is the main language in the UK.


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M for Music

The Beatles is a popular band in the UK.


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N for National Wonders

The Pistyll Rhaedr is famous for being the tallest waterfall in Wales. It truly is a wonder.


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O for Organizations

The British Secret service is mentioned in many books and movies. It is also very acclaimed.
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P for Pastime

Cricket is a popular pastime, which is played all throughout Britain.
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R for Religion

Christianity is practiced by most people in the UK.


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S for Sport

Soccer is played as much as Cricket is in UK, and has become widely adopted.


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T for Transportation

The double decker bus is a widely used method of transportation in the UK because of traffic.


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U for Urban

The UK has a lot of urban cities. London is an urban area in the UK.


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V for Venues

Wimbledon is a big venue in the UK.


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W for Writers

A famous writer is Shakespeare.


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X for X marks the spot

An important place in the UK is Stonehenge. It attracts thousands of visitors each year.


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