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The official language is English.
In United Kingdom are spoken:
- The Welsh in Wales.
- The Scot or the Scotch Gaelic in Scotland.
- The Irish Gaelic or the Scot of Ulster in NorthernIreland.
- The Cornish in Cornwall.
- In the small islands of Asia, America, Africa and Oceania many of them preserve their native languages. This way, in Gibraltar, British colony placed to the south ofthe Iberian Peninsula, also the Spanish is spoken.
The actual queen of United Kingdom is Elizabeth II who is since 1952.
The Crown represents both the queen and the Government; it isthe symbol of the executive power.
The Prince:
Carlos Mountbatten-Windsor is Prince of Wales; he was nominated to the crown in 1969.

United Kingdom is one of richest countries of theworld, since it is the fifth world power.
This country is a member of the European Union, but unlike the rest of the countries it doesn’t have the euro as official coin, it has the pound sterling.Its economy is based on the tertiary sector (the public services), but inside this one the financial subsector is the most important in the world: banks, insurance company and the stock market ofLondon.

Important monuments:

The University of Oxford:
The university has its origins at least at the end of the 11th century, though the date of exact foundation is not clear. The process ofadmission for the students of respect is at the expense of the different colleges, in the collaboration with the others to guarantee that the best pupils can obtain a place in the University.The selectionis based on the results of the examination; the candidate must present written works, to the future pupil makes him an interview.
The palace also includes rooms of meeting, libraries, corridors,dining rooms and bars. It’s the place where realized important ceremonies, like the most important was the Ceremony of opening of the Parliament. The palace is associated with both Chambers, as it is...
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