Europe by zhouwenjuan


   Climate
   Culture
   Famous Cities
   Landforms
   History
 Portugal’s climate,maritime
  temperate; cool and rainy in
  north, warmer and drier in
 Germany’s climate temperate
  and marine; cool, cloudy, wet
  winters and summers;
  occasional warm mountain
 Italy’s climate Predominantly
  Mediterranean; Alpine in far
  north; hot, dry in south.
Culture of Norway
 Literacy: definition: age 15
  and over can read and write
  total population: 100%
 Religions: Church of
  Norway 85.7%, Pentecostal
  1%, Roman Catholic 1%,
  other Christian 2.4%,
  Muslim 1.8%, other 8.1%
 Population: 4,660,539
  (July 2009 est.)
  Culture of Belgium
 Birth rate: 10.15
  births/1,000 population
  (2009 est.)
 Death rate: 10.44
  deaths/1,000 population
  (July 2009 est.)
 Education expenditures:
  6% of GDP (2004)
Famous Cities of France
 Paris
  The French capital, the
  Romans called her Lutetia.
 Avignon
  A city full of history,
  temporary the residence of
  the Pope (1309-1377).
 Camembert
  The village in the Orne
  département of Normandy
  where the famous French
  cheese is originated from.
 Landforms in France
 The Northern France Planis
  include the capital city of
 The Northeastern Plateaus
  include the provinces of
  Alsace and Lorraine.
 The Brittany Normandy Hills
  lie in northwestern France
  across the eroded remains
  of ancient rock.
Landforms in Poland
 Polish landforms
  developed on a geological
  foundation of three major
  structural units of
  continental Europe:
 (1) the Pre-Cambrian
 (2) the Hercinides
 (3) the Alpinides.
Landforms in Germany
 The Bavarian Alps, the highest
  mountains in Germany stretch
  across its southern border with
 The Danube, which rises in the
  Black Forest to then stretch
  across central Europe all the
  way to the Black Sea.
 Rugen, Germany's largest
  island, is forested and rather
  hilly with steep cliffs and sandy
Germany’s History
 Henry the Fowler became
  the first king of Germany
  in 919.
 The Nazis imposed a
  totalitarian regime and
  followed an expansionist
  foreign policy that led to
  World War II.
 In 1990, East Germany
  was reunited with West
 Ireland History
 The history of Ireland
  began with the first known
  settlement in Ireland
  around 8000 BC.
 What little is known of pre-
  Christian Ireland comes
  from a few references in
  Roman writings.
 The Bronze Age properly        Early Bronze Age
  began once copper was
  alloyed with tin to produce
  true bronze artifacts.

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