By Luybimova Polina. Four historic parts of UK:  England England  Scotland Scotland  Wales Wales  Northern Ireland Northern Ireland.

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  • Slide 1
  • By Luybimova Polina
  • Slide 2
  • Four historic parts of UK: England England Scotland Scotland Wales Wales Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
  • Slide 3
  • England Capital of England is London. The floral symbol of England is the RED ROSE.
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  • Scotland Capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. The Scottish symbol is a wild plant called the THISTLE.
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  • Wales Capital of the Wales is Cardiff. The Welsh symbol is a vegetable called the LEEK(or, on occasion, the flower, the daffodil).
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  • Northern Ireland Capital of the Northern Ireland is Belfast. The Irish symbol is a wild plant called the SHAMROCK.
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  • The historic colours of the parts of UK: England WHITE. Scotland BLUE. Wales RED. Northern Ireland GREEN.
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  • War of the Red and White Rose Earlier,RED ROSE decorated the arms of the House of Lancaster. The Lancastrians argued for the throne of England with the Yorkists whose arms had a white rose. This war lasted 30 years (1455 1485). The Lancastrians won the war.
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  • The Welsh symbol The patron saint of Wales, David, ate only leeks and bread. In memory of this Christian saint, the leek became the symbol of Wales. Daffodils which burst into flames by the 1'st of march celebrate the revered Welsh saint.
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  • How did THISTLE save Scotland ? The Scandinavians planned to attack a Scottish village. But since the Scots knew they were coming, they started to prepare for war. Late at night, the Scandinavians came in their bare feet so as to not awaken the Scottish warriors in the village. But the thorns of the thistle hurt their bare feet. Their howls of pain pierced the silence and the Scots awoke to fight the enemy.

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