Essay on England and Square Miles

Submitted By macklawrence
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England My family is partly English we are also alittle bit German. England is one of three great countrys that make up Great Briton. England is 50,516 square miles in mass. The land of England has many ways of transportation. England has 230,394 miles of highways , 10,464 miles of railroads, 470 miles worth of air stirps, and 1,984 miles of navagatable water ways. This makes for a lot of ways to get around.(Faiella) Geographical coordinants are 54.00 north, and 2.00 west. The highest mountian is the Ben Neus in Scotland stand at 4,406 feet tall. The longest river in England is the Severn at 322 kilometers long. The largest lake in England is lake Neagh at 153 square miles. The deepest lake in England is lake Morrar at 1,010 feet deep. The highest waterfall present in England it the Eas A`chual Aliunn standing at 660 feet tall. (Tavel) The Climate in England is mild, it is this way because its located north of the equator. The average summer temperature is around 68 degrees. The people of England are mostly Welsh, Scotish Gaelic, Or Irish Gaelic. The total population of England is approximately 62,698,342 people according to the 2000 census. Londons population alone is 8,615,000 people, a large amount of the over all population in England. The density of England is about 252 people per square kilometer. The average life expectancy of those who live in England is 78 years of age for men and 81 years of age for the wemon. (Travel) (Englishness is highly regionalized. The most important regional divide is between the south and the north. The south, chiefly represented by the regions of the southeast, southwest, East Anglia, and the Midlands, now contains the economically most dynamic sectors of the country, including the City (the chief financial center of the United Kingdom) and the seat of the national government, both in London. The north, the cradle of industrialization and the site of traditional smokestack industries, includes Yorkshire, Lancashire, Northumberland, Cumbria, Durham, Merseyside, and Cheshire. Especially in the last decades of the twentieth century, the north has experienced deindustrialization, severe…