Eastern region is on the eastern coast. It consists of two parts: Lincolnshire and East Anglia. The 1 st part is famous for farming (potato), a lot of fields of wild tulips. East Anglia is connected with history of England. Its famous for beautiful historical monuments, Roman wells and roads. Tourism is the chief industry here.
The Central part is the largest. Its called «the Black Country» because a lot of industries are concentrated here. Heavy and light industries are well-developed. Agriculture is also a great occupation.
The South of England is the country of farms. Its flat-like land, mostly arable («The Garden of England»). Crop-farming and cattle- farming are two branches of agriculture. They grow wheat, barley, rye, roats, flax. Cattle farming is represented by dairy farming, ship and pig farming, bee farming etc.
The South West of England (Cornwell peninsula) – the most favorable region because the climate is very mild, the soil is very fertile, living conditions are high. Farming, fishing and tourism make-up the economy of this region. A lot of mountains, wild places make this region more attractive. Clouds of tourists try to have a rest in this place full of mystery and magic. Many writers, poets and other people collect the material for their works in this place.