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Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. | by Ro Ariass on Flickr

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. by Ro Ariass

uk brothers hetalia | Ireland-Scotland-England-Wales-hetalia- englands face hahaha!!^^

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The Kirkland Brothers - Ireland, Scotland, England & Whales - Hetalia

The Kirkland Brothers - Ireland, Scotland, England & Whales - Hetalia<<<<<Dude. It's Wales. Wales is the country. As a Welsh person, this is highly irritating to see people constantly spell it like the animal.

England's family is too adorable! Aph Child!England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland~

England {Arthur Kirkland}, APH Wales {Dylan Kirkland}, APH Ireland, and APH Scotland {Allistor Kirkland} - Hetalia {Kirkland Brothers}

Known as "the town of books", this little village in Wales is quite possibly the most charming and simultaneously intellectually stimulating community in the world.

This little village is a bookworm's paradise

Known as "the town of books", this little village Hay-on-Wye in Wales is quite possibly the most charming and simultaneously intellectually stimulating community in the world.

excellent explanation of the difference between GB, UK and England

Great Britain is the official name given to the two kingdoms of England and Scotland, and the principality of Wales. The United Kingdom (UK) includes these areas as well as Northern Ireland. Britain refers to only England and Wales, though some will sho

Hetalia (ヘタリア) - The Kirkland brothers - England, Scotland, Wales, & Ireland

One of the best pieces of art I've seen depicting the United Kingdom brothers - Wales, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland (Art by sn)

Devil's Bridge, Aberystwith, Wales ~ it's like a bridge inside of a bridge inside of a bridge over a gorge!!!!

Devil's Bridge, Aberystwith, Wales ~ it's like a bridge inside a bridge inside a bridge over a gorge!

Conwy Castle, Wales.Its hard to believe that people actually lived in them.

Conwy Castle, North Wales, UK, in 1986 was inscribed on the World Heritage List as a historic site of outstanding universal value.

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