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Презентация на конкурс "Страны изучаемого языка - вчера, сегодня, завтра" по номинации "Виртуальное путешествие"
Travelling in big and small towns of England Номинация: Виртуальное путешествие. Презентацию подготовил студент: Степанов Дмитрий; ОГА ПОУ «Боровичский педагогический колледж»; Отделение : «Прикладная информатика (по отраслям)», III курс Руководитель: Григорьева И.Н. Contents: • Map of Great Britain • Portsmouth • Geography Portsmouth • Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson • Spinnaker Tower • Birmingham • Geographical position Birmingham • Cathedral of St. Philip • Botanical Gardens • Manchester • Geographical position Manchester • Alan Turing Memorial • Manchester Town Hall • Sheffield • Geographical position Sheffield • Sheffield Winter Gardens • Sheffield City Hall • Flags and Coats of arms towns of England • Список источников Map of Great Britain Let's look at the map of Great Britain. Our journey begins with a city like Portsmouth - ancient port the England. Then we visit Birmingham - a city in which many cathedrals, churches and other interesting places. Further we visit a city like Manchester - cultural, industrial, financial center of England and concludes our tour of the city of Sheffield. Portsmouth City of Portsmouth, as you may guess by its name - is a port city. He appeared on the site of an ancient Roman fortress, and in the 11-12 centuries was a feudal fortress. Port developed bad, but after in 1194 King Richard the Lionheart gave Channel ports charter to hold fairs and lives in Portsmouth began to seethe. Geography Portsmouth In the south of England in the county of Hampshire is a small town and the famous seaport of Portsmouth. Most of the city is on the island of Portsoy, so often Portsmouth is defined as the only city of the island of Great Britain. Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson Fort Nelson - military fortification system Portsdaunskih forts constructed in 1860 on a hill Portsdaun around Portsmouth. Only five of these forts were built in the UK. Fort Nelson is a classical polygonal fort. The six-party fort protected by a deep moat and three caponiers. Spinnaker Tower Spinnaker Tower - one of the most popular attractions of the city of Portsmouth. From the lookout tower offers spectacular views of the city and its surroundings. The form of the tower resembles a sail. It is this project from all submitted chosen for the construction, since this is considered very symbolic - in fact the history of Portsmouth is closely related to shipbuilding and marine fleet of the country. Birmingham Birmingham - a large industrial city in the middle of England, the second largest city after London UK. Archaeological finds - stone axes and knives - indicate that 10 000 years ago the tribes of hunters and gatherers lived. Geographical position Birmingham Birmingham – the large industrial city in a middle part of England, the second-large ambassador of London the city of Great Britain. Cathedral of St. Philip Cathedral of St. Philip's Church is located in the city of Birmingham in the UK. This council can not be called old - it was built in 1715, when located near St. Martin's Church became too small: just in those years, at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham began to actively grow and develop. Land was granted for the construction of Robert Philip. Botanical Gardens Location Botanical Gardens has changed very little since the first Loudon designed it. There are four greenhouses that range from exotic tropical greenhouses, through subtropical, Mediterranean and arid Buildings. There is a large lawn in front of greenhouses with a range of beds and shrubs around its perimeter. Manchester Manchester - a city in the northwest of England, a major cultural, industrial, financial, commercial and transportation center of the country. Manchester first mentioned in the X century. The settlement arose on the site of a Celtic settlement and Mansenion Mankunium Roman fortified camp, which was founded in 79 AD. Geographical position Manchester In, to the north-west of London, Manchester is located in the land area in the shape of a bowl, bounded on the north and east of the Pennine hills, a mountain range that runs the length of northern England and the Cheshire Plain to the south. The city center is on the east bank of the River Irwell near its confluence with the Rivers Medlock and Madden, and relatively low-lying, being between above sea level. Alan Turing Memorial Alan Turing Memorial - a monument in Whitworth Gardens, Manchester, United Kingdom. The plaque at the statue feet reads: "Alan Mathison Turing. The father of computer science, mathematician, logician, an attacker military ciphers, prejudice the victim ". Manchester Town Hall Manchester Town Hall - a beautiful building in the neo-Gothic style located in the center of the city. In the XIX century Manchester rapidly grew and developed, and the city was already miss the old town hall, located on King Street. "The Expulsion of the Danes from Manchester" by Ford Madox Brown Sheffield During the 19th century, Sheffield gained an international reputation for steel production. Many innovations were developed locally, including crucible and stainless steel, fuelling an almost tenfold increase in the population during the Industrial Revolution. Geographical position Sheffield Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, its name derives from the River Sheaf, which runs through the city. With some of its southern suburbs annexed from Derbyshire, the city has grown from its largely industrial roots to encompass a wider economic base. Sheffield Winter Gardens Sheffield Winter Garden is one of the largest conservatories in Europe. In the winter garden contains more than 2,000 plants from around the world. Grand opening of the garden was 22 May 2003, which was attended by Queen Elizabeth II. Sheffield City Hall Sheffield City Hall is a Grade II* listed building in Sheffield, England, containing several venues, ranging from the Oval Concert Hall which seats over 2,000 people to a ballroom featuring a sprung dance floor. It is currently operated by Sheffield International Venues. The large hall dominates Barker's Pool, one of Sheffield's central squares, which also contains the city's War Memorial. Список источников • • • • • • • • • • • http://mad-ptah.com http://www.vipgeo.ru http://www.arrivo.ru http://www.votpusk.ru http://ru.knowledgr.com http://atlasprotour.ru http://www.orangesmile.com https://ru.wikipedia.org http://englishgid.ru http://tonkosti.ru http://www.rukivnogi.com