What to see in the UK?
There are plenty of landmarks in the UK that are worth visiting. If you are into ancient history of the British Isles, you definitely should go and see Stonehenge. It's a prehistoric monument consisting of vertical standing stones. It's still unclear how people could built it.
Stonehenge is orientated towards the sunrise on the summer solstice, so it must have been a kind of a clock. The monument is one of British cultural symbols, and it's legally protected.
Loch Ness is a famous lake in Scotland (the word 'loch' is literally translated as 'lake'). There are other lakes in the area, some of them larger and deeper, but only Loch Ness is believed to be the place where a monster lives. Rumors about the creature are there since the middle of the VI century, but nobody have found any solid proof of the existence of Nessie. Still, some people believe that mysterious monster lives somewhere undewater in Loch Ness.
Another British landmark tourists admire is the Lake District (also known as the Lakes or Lakeland), popular because of beautiful forests, mountains and, of course, lakes. Here you can enjoy magnificent scenery and visit various places, for example, the UK's most haunted castle — Muncaster.
Mild and humid British climate is good for plants, and Britain is called the garden kingdom for a reason — there are really plenty of amazing gardens. Biddulph Grange Garden in Staffordshire, Tresco Abbey Gardens, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden in North Yorkshire... Take your pick and enjoy!
Write true or false:
1. Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument consisting of vertical standing stones.
2. Nobody have found any proof of the existence of the monster.
3. Mild and humid British climate is bad for plants.