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  2. England: 10 Geography Facts to Know - ThoughtCo

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    9) England is separated from France and continental Europe by a 21-mile (34 km) gap. However, they are physically connected to each other by the Channel Tunnel near Folkestone. The Channel Tunnel is the longest undersea tunnel in the world. 10) Many of the universities in England are some of the world's highest ranked.

  3. Related tailor-made travel itineraries for England. 20 days from 3329 USD. 5 days from 709 USD. 11 days from 1432 USD. As more and more people choose to holiday at home, it’s worth recalling just how much England has changed in the last two decades for locals and visitors alike. Who could have predicted city breaks and shopping sprees in ...

  4. Where is England, UK? | Where is England Located on Map

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    England is situated north-west of the European continent. England shares land boundary with Wales in the west, Scotland in the north. Irish Sea bounds England in the northwest and the North Sea in the north. London is the capital city of England. It covers an area of 130,279 sq km (50,301 sq mi).

  5. England (@England) / Twitter

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    Home of @EnglandFootball's national teams: the #ThreeLions, @Lionesses, #YoungLions and Para Lions. Contact us: https://t.co/pENvsHJf69

  6. Facts about England

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    England is only 35 km from France and is now linked by a tunnel under the English Channel. What is the land like in England? The south of England is mostly low-lying land, with hills and agricultural land and the north of England is mostly covered in moorland and mountains. Find out more about the land. The National Flag of England. Harry Potter

  7. 10 Fun Facts About England: Weird English Traditions

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    Winchester was the first capital of England, from 827 to 1066. 3. England Has Many Weird Village Traditions. 4. London Bridge Is Now In Arizona. 5. The Queen Has Her Own Poet. 6. London Will Fall If The Tower Of London Ravens Fly Away.

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