I found this gorgeous geological map of Great Britain yesterday, I love the internet.

I found this gorgeous geological map of Great Britain yesterday, I love the internet.

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Euler diagram to explain the difference between England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom and the British Isles.

Euler diagram to explain the difference between England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom and the British Isles.

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Map of UK Counties in Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and in addition Ireland (which is not in the UK).

Map of UK Counties in Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and in addition Ireland (which is not in the UK).

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This is another place where I'd love to spend a summer! I'd rent a car and just drive from town to town, castle to castle.     Graphic map of Great Britain  #indigo #perfectsummer

This is another place where I'd love to spend a summer! I'd rent a car and just drive from town to town, castle to castle. Graphic map of Great Britain #indigo #perfectsummer

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Geneticists Discover That Britons Still Live in Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms - Neatorama

Geneticists Discover That Britons Still Live in Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms - Neatorama

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"Cornweallas" shown on an early 19th-century map of "Saxon England" (and Wales) based on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

"Cornweallas" shown on an early 19th-century map of "Saxon England" (and Wales) based on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

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The Border Between the 'Two Englands'. In Great Britain as in the US, two cultural sub-nations identify themselves (and the other) as North and South. There is a place used as shorthand for describing the divide, with the rougher, poorer North and wealthier, middle-to-upper-class South referring to each other as ‘on the other side of the Watford Gap’.

The Border Between the 'Two Englands'. In Great Britain as in the US, two cultural sub-nations identify themselves (and the other) as North and South. There is a place used as shorthand for describing the divide, with the rougher, poorer North and wealthier, middle-to-upper-class South referring to each other as ‘on the other side of the Watford Gap’.

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