31 Facts About British culture


British culture is influenced by the combined nations' history; its historically Christian religious life, its interaction with the cultures of Europe, the traditions of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland and the impact of the British Empire.

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Great variety of British culture accents is often noted, with nearby regions often having highly distinct dialects and accents, for example there are large differences between Scouse and Mancunian despite Liverpool and Manchester being only 35 miles apart.

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Contemporary British culture theatre is focused on the West End, London's major theatre district.

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British culture's operas helped Britain challenge Italy as a centre of operatic production.

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Genres such as beat and British culture blues were re-exported to America by bands such as the Beatles and Rolling Stones, in a move that came to be called the British culture Invasion.

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British culture soul saw a rise that continued into the 2000s, including the global success of Adele.

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British culture realised that a book supplying the answers to this sort of question might prove successful.

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British culture's idea became reality when an acquaintance of his recommended University friends Norris and Ross McWhirter who were then commissioned to compile what became The Guinness Book of Records in August 1954.

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British culture's works were notable for their surreal elements, with perhaps the most famous being the cover for Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon.

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British culture was employed to design and rebuild many of the ruined ancient churches of London following the Great Fire of London.

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British culture realised that the same force is responsible for movements of celestial and terrestrial bodies, namely gravity.

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British culture is the father of classical mechanics, formulated as his three laws and as the co-inventor of differential calculus.

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British culture created the binomial theorem, worked extensively on optics, and created a law of cooling.

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British culture decided to present them as a distinct taxonomic group, dinosaurs.

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The most celebrated British culture explorers include James Cook, Walter Raleigh, Sir Francis Drake, Henry Hudson, George Vancouver, Sir John Franklin, David Livingstone, Captain John Smith, Robert Falcon Scott, Lawrence Oates and Ernest Shackleton.

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British culture created the Great Western Railway, as well as famous steamships including the SS Great Britain, the first propeller-driven ocean-going iron ship, and SS Great Eastern which laid the first lasting transatlantic telegraph cable.

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Some best known British culture brands are Rolls Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, MG, and the Mini.

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British culture holds royal warrants from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles.

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Since that time, no British culture monarch has entered the House of Commons when it is sitting.

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British culture's became known as the "Iron Lady", a term coined by a Soviet journalist for her uncompromising politics and leadership style.

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British culture honours system is a means of rewarding individuals' personal bravery, achievement or service to the United Kingdom.

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British culture cuisine is the specific set of cooking traditions and practices associated with the United Kingdom.

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International recognition of British culture cuisine was historically limited to the full breakfast and the Christmas dinner.

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The British culture Empire facilitated a knowledge of India's food tradition of "strong, penetrating spices and herbs".

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Quintessential British culture custom, afternoon tea, is a small meal typically eaten between 4 pm and 6 pm.

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Sweet British culture dishes include scones, apple pie, mince pies, spotted dick, Eccles cakes, pancakes, sponge cake, trifle, jelly, custard, sticky toffee pudding, Tunnock's teacake, and Jaffa cakes; the best-selling cake in the UK.

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Marmalade is a popular British spread for toast or sandwich: a spread famous for its association with Paddington Bear, a beloved bear in British culture that featured in the critically acclaimed films Paddington and Paddington 2 .

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The public votes for the BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year, presented to a non-British culture sportsperson considered to have made the most substantial contribution to a sport each year which has captured the imagination of the British culture public.

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British culture sensibilities have played an influential role in world clothing since the 18th century.

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Particularly during the Victorian era, British culture fashions defined acceptable dress for men of business.

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In 1797, a British culture publisher issued The Young Man's Valentine Writer which contained scores of suggested sentimental verses for the young lover unable to compose his own.

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