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England is a country located on the island of Great Britain, and is bordered by Wales and Scotland. The country makes up around five-eighths of Great Britain, with a land area of 130,279 square kilometers (or 50,301 square miles). The largest city within England is London, which just so happens to be the capital city with a population of 8.982 million inhabitants. The total population of England is 56.3 million, which means that the population of England comprises 84% of the total population within Great Britain. England is a part of the United Kingdom, which is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system, with the current prime minister being Boris Johnson, and Elizabeth II serving as queen.

The general landscape of England is very low, however rolling hillsides are fairly common, and it is rarely ever completely flat anywhere in the country. The oldest range of mountains in England are the Pennines, which are commonly referred to as the “backbone of England”. There are many lakes found within England, with the largest being Windermere, which is actually located in the Lake District of England, which is a mountainous region where lakes are extremely common.The climate of England is greatly influenced by its location to the Atlantic Ocean, its northern latitude, and the Gulf Stream warming the sea. England is home to a temperate maritime climate, with mild temperatures no lower than 0॰C (32॰F) in the winter, and not much higher than 32॰C (90॰F) in the summer. The coldest months out of the year are January and February, while July is the hottest month. The weather is typically damp, and rainfall is spread pretty evenly throughout the entirety of the year.

England has very similar biodiversity to other countries located within the British Isles, with a diverse range of habitats and large amounts of both vertebrae and invertebrates. England is a country that is ruled predominately by smaller mammals, such as different species of deer, rabbit, fox, squirrels, shrews, mink, otter, weasel, and polecats. England is a country that cares for its wildlife, and has established numerous national nature reserves. There are 229 NNRs found all throughout England, which cover around 939 square kilometers (363 square miles)and are home to many rare species as well as nationally important species.

England is home to a highly industrialized society, and is currently experiencing an increasing emphasis on more service industries, rather than the traditional heavy and manufacturing industries. Tourism has also remained an important industry for England, with millions of visitors coming every year. The most dominant exports in England are pharmaceuticals, cars, crude oil, and petroleum.

With over 53 million inhabitants, England stands as the most populated country within Great Britain. In fact, if you were to compare it to other countries in the world, England would be the 25th most populated country in the world. Europe is home to a majorly European population, with around 87.50% of the population being Europeans. Throughout history, there has been large amounts of migration of Irish people to England.

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Old Maps of England
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of England.

England is a country located on the island of Great Britain, and is bordered by Wales and Scotland. The country makes up around five-eighths of Great Britain, with a land area of 130,279 square kilometers (or 50,301 square miles). The largest city within England is London, which just so happens to be the capital city with a population of 8.982 million inhabitants. The total population of England is 56.3 million, which means that the population of England comprises 84% of the total population within Great Britain. England is a part of the United Kingdom, which is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system, with the current prime minister being Boris Johnson, and Elizabeth II serving as queen.

The general landscape of England is very low, however rolling hillsides are fairly common, and it is rarely ever completely flat anywhere in the country. The oldest range of mountains in England are the Pennines, which are commonly referred to as the “backbone of England”. There are many lakes found within England, with the largest being Windermere, which is actually located in the Lake District of England, which is a mountainous region where lakes are extremely common.The climate of England is greatly influenced by its location to the Atlantic Ocean, its northern latitude, and the Gulf Stream warming the sea. England is home to a temperate maritime climate, with mild temperatures no lower than 0॰C (32॰F) in the winter, and not much higher than 32॰C (90॰F) in the summer. The coldest months out of the year are January and February, while July is the hottest month. The weather is typically damp, and rainfall is spread pretty evenly throughout the entirety of the year.

England has very similar biodiversity to other countries located within the British Isles, with a diverse range of habitats and large amounts of both vertebrae and invertebrates. England is a country that is ruled predominately by smaller mammals, such as different species of deer, rabbit, fox, squirrels, shrews, mink, otter, weasel, and polecats. England is a country that cares for its wildlife, and has established numerous national nature reserves. There are 229 NNRs found all throughout England, which cover around 939 square kilometers (363 square miles)and are home to many rare species as well as nationally important species.

England is home to a highly industrialized society, and is currently experiencing an increasing emphasis on more service industries, rather than the traditional heavy and manufacturing industries. Tourism has also remained an important industry for England, with millions of visitors coming every year. The most dominant exports in England are pharmaceuticals, cars, crude oil, and petroleum.

With over 53 million inhabitants, England stands as the most populated country within Great Britain. In fact, if you were to compare it to other countries in the world, England would be the 25th most populated country in the world. Europe is home to a majorly European population, with around 87.50% of the population being Europeans. Throughout history, there has been large amounts of migration of Irish people to England.

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