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  • 20:58, 26 August 2021Birmingham (hist)[1,972 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Birmingham is a large city in the United Kingdom. It has a little more than a million inhabitants, with the surrounding area it is almost three million. This makes Birmingham...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 20:40, 26 August 2021Manchester (hist)[2,812 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "File:Manchester Cathedral and skyline.jpg|thumb|A view of downtown Manchester. In front you can see the cathedral and the "Wheel of Manchester", the ferris wheel. In the bac...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 20:36, 26 August 2021Edinburgh (hist)[1,458 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (translated from https://klexikon.zum.de/index.php?title=Edinburgh&oldid=122463) (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 19:36, 26 August 2021Liverpool (hist)[2,482 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "File:Royal Liver building from a ferry.jpg|thumb|The Royal Liver Buildings in the city centre used to belong to an insurance company. It was one of the first skyscrapers in...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 19:24, 26 August 2021Northern Ireland (hist)[1,331 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Northern Ireland is part of Great Britain, as is England, Scotland and Wales. More precisely, the British state is called the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ire...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 19:12, 26 August 2021Scotland (hist)[1,735 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Scotland is a part of Great Britain like England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It can be found north of England and has around five million inhabitants. Most people liv...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)
  • 22:24, 25 August 2021Wales (hist)[2,470 bytes]Felix (talk | contribs) (Created page with "File:Llanfair PG shop - geograph.org.uk - 1008809.jpg|thumb|The small town of Llanfairpwll­gwyngyllgogery­chwyrndrobwll­llantysilio­gogogoch holds the world record for t...") (Tag: 2017 source edit)