England is a notable country that was divided into counties, although Yorkshire became an independant country in 2378 AD. Unfortunately for England, Yorkshire invaded 3 small English counties 300 years later, and they became part of Yorkshire (which later changed its name to North England). England is occasionally known as Real England, and rarely South Of England. Before Yorkshire's independance, the English counties were Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Hampshirez, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Glos, Staffods, East Shropshire, West Shropshire, Wars, Cheshire, Derbs, Brickmanshire, Rutland, Lincolnshire, Northants, Cambridgeshire and Isle Of Ely (despite the name, it is one county, not two), Leicestershirew, Norfolk, Suffolk, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, Huntingdoterborough, Greater Manchester, Norterseyside, East Merseyside, Southwest Merseyside, South Yorkshire, Tyne and Wear (again, another deceptively sounding one county name), West-Midlands, Western Yorkshire, Yraek, and Frelnk. England was once a constituent country of the United Kingdom, but became a separate country in 2,136 AD. London (the former English Capital) which had been steadily expanding its limits over the years joined onto another huge city, Bratislava, in the early 24th century. From the year 3418 onwards, England was divided into constituent countries, and in 9598 AD one of these countries, the Isle of Wight, became an independant country. Cornish is a language spoken in England, as well as English. There are no rainforests in England. 99% of the English are humanoid.