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Route for your trip showing where you'll visit
Last year I made a round-the-world voyage and I visited many English speaking countries such as GB, Canada, USA and Australia . I was in the USA in Washington, D.C. it is the capital of the Untied States. I saw some historical monuments and places. The Capitol, The White House, Museums and Galleries Monuments and Memorials. Also I visited an Australia it is situated in the south-west of the Pacific Ocean, occupies the continent of Australia and a great number of islands near it. Australia is a continent-island washed by the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The capital is Canberra. But the oldest city is Sidney , it was founded in 1788. GB is situated on the British Isles and it has a very good geographical position as it lies on the crossways of the sea routs from Europe to other parts of the world. The capital of GB is London. It is the world's most enjoyable cities. There are a lot of interesting historical monuments in it such as :Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Trafalgar Square and The Tower of London. Westminster Abbey is a national shrine where the kings and queens are crowned and famous people are buried. Founded by Edward the Confessor in 1050, the abbey was a monastery for a long time. The present building dates largely from the time of henry III who began to rebuild the church , a task which lasted nearly 300 years. Since William I almost every English monarch has been crowned in this great church, which contains the tombs and memorials of many of Britain's most eminent citizens. The capital of Canada is Ottawa. It is rather a small, quiet city. Here there are no large industrial factories, but there are a lot of ministries, embassies of foreign states, private residences of officials and diplomats. In the centre of Ottawa the parliament of Canada is a little bit diminished replica of a the parliamentary buildings in London . In the city there are two universities, English and French, large libraries, the National gallery, the National museum, the research and development centre.

 

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