The United Kingdom is a nation in north-western Europe, including the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland, small islands and fourteen overseas territories, the last pieces of the British Empire, which included approximately a quarter of the world’s landmass at its height and was the largest empire in history.
Today the United Kingdom remains one of the world’s great powers, with significant economic, political, cultural, and scientific influence internationally.
The UK has the global’s 5th-largest economy by nominal gross domestic product, the 10th-largest by purchasing power parity, and the 13th highest human development index rating.
Below are maps that divide the country by stereotypes.
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Twelve ways to divide the United Kingdom
Six ways to divide British accents
Six ways of dividing Scotland
Six ways to divide England
Six ways to divide England linguistically