Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
- The coastal location of Liverpool contributes ( has an affect) on the development of the processing industry and mountainous relief of the area ( region) near Lids makes( creates, is favorable) a great opportunities for development of the spinning industry.
- Despite the limited resources, gold, silver and copper, and also coal and steel industries are concentrated in the southern part of the region.
- The agricultural sector occupies 72% of the territory (land area) which is favorable for development of the dairy farming and sheep breeding.
- The importance of Cardiff rose due to the development of coal-mining and iron industries.
- Of food processing industries one can mention milling industry.
- Based on the instigation of William Hamilton, the port Milford Haven is one of the leading oil terminals of Britain.
- One of the largest castles in Europe with its famous leaning tower is situated in Wales.
- The central part of the country is thinly populated.
- The south-western suburbs Swansea extend into the peninsula which offers beautiful coastal scenery and sandy beaches.
- The bard competition Eistwood which has been held since 1946, attracts competitors from more than 30 countries the second week of July.
- The coastal line of Scotland is deeply indented with inlets and gulfs, the sea penetrated far inland and forms lakes.
- One of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Edinburgh is famous for its historical monuments and owe this to the great amount of tourists.