The National Flag of England is the Saint Georges’s Cross with a White Background.
The Royal Banner of England has Three lions passant guardant in pale or armed and langued azure
St Edward’s Crown was one of the English Crown Jewels and remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, often being used as the coronation crown.
The rose is England’s national flower, Usually, the red rose.
The National Animal of England is the Barbary Lion, During the Middles Ages, the Lions kept in the Menagerie at the Tower of London were the Barbary Lion.
The English Oak is the national tree of England and has long been a symbol of strength and longevity. It is also a popular choice for furniture and building materials.
United Kingdom’s National Bird is the Erithacus rubecula (European robin)
England’s National Liquor is Gin
The National Day of England is St George’s Day celebrated on 23 April
The National Anthem of England is ‘God Save the Queen’.
The Three Lions is a heraldic symbol associated with England and is used on the national football team’s crest and jerseys, as well as other national emblems.
Tea is perhaps the quintessential British drink and is a part of everyday life for many people in England. It is typically consumed with milk and sugar and is often served with biscuits or scones.