Queen Elizabeth II has been head of state since 1952 and is thus the longest reigning monarch on the world. The land has a moved history and up to this day you can feel the remnants of the folk stories in many rural areas. It doesn’t rain as much as people like to tell, but wellies are still a standard for every English person. England is home to 17 UNESCO world heritage places, which you can find all across the green island. And, England is regarded as the birthplace of football.
The young people in England don’t only love football, bus also cricket, golf, and rugby. They often meet each other and watch the games of their favourite team on the television. Other activities include going to the movies and to concerts. Both the music and cinema culture is very diverse and each year a lot of new talents are discovered.