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Pick a land :

Romania

Netherlands

Ireland

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ireland


Hungary

Czech Republic

Estonia

Finland



Cyprus

Sweden

Luxembourg

Slovakia

Thanks!

To our friends from Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Turkey and France for this cooperation!

Interactive map, french presentation

Thanks to our students for their job !
Saldus Pamatskola, Saldus (Latvia);
Kaunas Waldorf School, Kaunas (Lithuania);
Agrupamento Escolas D. Alfonso Henriques, Alcanede (Portugal); Academic High School, Denizli (Turkey);
Collège des Iles de Loire, St Sébastien sur Loire (France);

Thanks a lot to Léo Paul (Collège des Iles de Loire, France) for his help on Genially !

  • Capital: Vienna
  • Population: 8.917 million (2020)
  • Currency: Euro
  • President: Alexander Van der Bellen
  • Official language: German

Austria

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  • Ante varius praesent at
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  • Platea convallis interdum
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Belgium

Population :

Total area : 30,688 km2

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King : Philippe

The languages :

belgium is french
netherland deutsh

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Capital:Brussels

National Day:July 21

FLAG OF

HYMNE BELGE : O Belgique, ô mère chérie, A toi nos coeurs, à toi nos bras, A toi notre sang, ô Patrie ! Nous le jurons tous, tu vivras ! Tu vivras toujours grande et belle Et ton invincible unité Aura pour devise immortelle : Le Roi, la Loi, la Liberté ! (ter)

The Transardennaise is a hiking road, 160 kilometers long, which crosses the Belgian Ardennes

The Transardennaise

The "Hautes Fagnes" is an important peat massif in Belgium. covering more than 4,300 ha, the reserve is an area where the fauna, flora, soil and landscape are fully protected.


Les Hautes Fagnes

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The great natural sites of Croatia

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The Plitvice National Park is located 140 km from Zagreb and 219 km from Split. It consists of 16 lakes that are connected by waterfalls. These waterfalls were created by the limestone of the water that was deposited between the lakes, forming a barrier of limestone rock called travertine

Lacs de Plitvice

This river, 72 km long, is the most amazing river of the Croatian Karst. For two thirds of its length, it flows through deep canyons, making its way to the Adriatic Sea.

skradinski buk waterfalls

The Blue Cave is a place located in the islet of Bisevo. The sunlight enters the cave through an underwater opening, passing through the refracted water and then is reflected from the bottom of the cave. It fills with a silvery-blue.

The Blue Cave

Nikola Tesla

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Nikola Tesla was a Serbian electrical and mechanical engineer - as well as a physicist. He was born on July 10, 1856 and died on January 7, 1943. He was the inventor of the Tesla coil .

The great character of Croatia

Luka Modric

Born on September 9, 1985 in Zadar, Yugoslavia, is a Croatian international footballer. He plays as a midfielder at Real Madrid. He is, along with Davor Suker and Bernard Vukas, considered one of the greatest Croatian players in history.
He is also famous because he has won The gold ball .

Monuments of Croatia

Pula

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Saint Nicholas

Pula is the largest city in Istria County, Croatia, and the eighth largest city in the country, located at the southern end of the Istrian peninsula, with a population of 57,460 in 2011. It is known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Arena of Pula, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism. It was the administrative center of Istria from Roman times until it was replaced by Pazin in 1991

St. Nicholas Fortress (Tvrđava Sv. Nikole in Croatian) is a fortress located in the town of Šibenik, one of the oldest towns in Croatia, on the eastern shore of the Adriatic in central Dalmatia. The fortress was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2017,

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Germany

Political Regime :Bundesstaat

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Langue :German

Devise : Unity and justice and freedom

Population :83,24 million inhabitants

The cliffs and forests of Rügen Island Rügen Island is at the north west of Germany in the baltic sea. It's famous for its giant cliffs 117m high and its beech' forests more than 700 years old. We can visit it: there's one hiking trail (8.5km). Rügen Island has the national park, Jasmund.

The Dark Forest The Dark Forest is at the south west of Germany, at the frontier of France (Alsace). In the forest, we can see canyons, mountains massifs of 1493m in altitude and 6000 km in area. It is famous for its dense vegetation. For visiting it , there's 20 hiking trails (Wetsweg, Mittelweg, Ostweg), the Schluchtensteig trails (118km)

The climate

and relief
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Relief

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Germany has 2,389 kilometers of coastline. Generally the relief is flat in the northern part of the country, with plateaus in the center and the Bavarian Alps in the south. The organization of the German relief is simple. To the south, the Alps are the highest step. Elsewhere there are many plateaus. There are hills, lakes, swamps and glaciers. On the coast of the Baltic Sea, many natural shelters have allowed the development of ports since the Middle Ages

The climate of Germany is temperate , throughout the country with warm summers and cold winters, however long periods of frost or snow are rare. Rain falls throughout the year. The sun in Germany does not shine often. In winter, even when there is high pressure, a cloud layer often forms on the lowlands in winter, the average temperatures are around 2/3 °C (35/37 °F) , while the sunniest period is from April to September.The northernmost part of Germany overlooks the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Here, the weather is often cold, humid, cloudy, and rainy.The spring, from March to May, is an unstable season. On the one hand, currents from the northwest can bring cold periods, so much so that in March, and sometimes up to mid-April, it can still snow. winters are cool, cloudy and rainy; summers, on the other hand, can be hot. More than 30% of the country is covered by forests and woodlands.

The castle of Neuschwanstein

Located on a rocky outcrop overlooking the pöllat gorge, this castle, worthy of the most beautiful fairy tales, is one of the most beautiful buildings in Germany! This castle was built by Ludwig II of Bavaria in the 19th century. This king of Bavaria wanted to imitate the style of the old German castles while bringing an elegance specific to the imagination of the romantics. Today Neuschwanstein Castle is one of Germany's most visited landmarks, with over a million visitors a year.

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Mani is a Greek peninsula located in the southern Peloponnese between the Gulf of Messenia to

the west and the Gulf of Laconia to the east. Mani corresponds
to the southern extension of the Taygetos Mountains, to Tenares, which forms its southern tip.

Vikos Gorge is a canyon in Greece. They are found in Epirus, in northern Greece.

Located in the Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey, the island of Skyros is the southernmost and largest of the islands of the Sporades archipelago.

Great natural sites of Greece

Climate and relief of the Greece !

CLIMATE

North and interior of the country are the coldest regions in winter and are also the driest. Moutains are covered with snow. Summer is very hot and the wind limits the excessive rise in temperatures. The west coast is the wettest in Greece

RELIEF

The relief of Greece is distinguished by its many mountains which cover its immense territory of 131,957 km. Greece is made up of 45% mountains, 20% islands and the remaining 35% are plains and hills. Its territory is occupied by two important mountains. Mount Pindus, which reaches a height…

Greece

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History of Greece

Greece is considered, home of arts, politics, philosophy and science

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The great figures of Greece

The greatest Greek men are among the 15 greatest characters in the history
of the world. Socrate, Platon, Aristote and Alexander the Great.

Aristote (phylosopher and polymather)

Socrate (philospher)

Alexander the Great (king)

Platon (philosopher)

Italy

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The area of Italy is 301 340 km².

-The capital city is Rome.
-Italy counts 60 359 546 inhabitants.
-The official language is Italian.
-The density of Italy is 200 inhab/km²
- The current president is Sergio Mattarella

Italy

Name : Italy

Language :Italian
Population number :59,55 millions
Country aera : 301 336 km²
Capital of the country : Rome
National currency : « L’Italia e‘ una Repubblica Democratica, fondata sul lavoro »translation : „Italy is a democratic republic, based on work.“
Political regime:Decentralized Parliamentary Democratic Republic Anthem : « Fratelli d'Italia »
Number of region : 20
National day : June 2
Emblem :

Italy

Climate in Italy varies according to the altitude. Towards the north and the central axis of the country, the reliefs are mountainous. In Italy, the climate is Meditarranean Temperatures vary from 1°C in winter to 30°C in summer. Sicily is located at the south and the hottest region of the country. Temparatures in winter vary from -2°C on mount Etna to 11°C on the Sicilian coast. The Meditarranean climate is soft in winter and hot during the summer. The climate is wet.

The great natural sites

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Etna

Etna is a volcano on the east coast of the Sicily.

It's an active volcano, his height is 3 373m.

The Dolomites are a limestone region stretching over the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno. They were named after the Dauphinois geologist Dieudonné de Dolomieu (1750-1801), who studied them.

THE DOLOMITE PEAKS OF THE ITALIAN ALPS

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Italy is a recent country (it was founded in 1871) but its history has been remarkable several times, especially at the time of the Roman Empire (5th century BC. - beginning of the 1st century BC.)

This time marked Italy and Europe both artistically and politic (Auguste,...)

The history of Italy has also been impacted by the italian Renaissance (end of the 14th century – end of the 16th century ), which caused great cultural changes ( Léonardo De Vinci, Michelangelo, Donatello, ...) in the entire Europe.

Auguste

Léonardo de Vinci

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It is the most important monument of Piazza San Marco (Venice)

The vatican is located in the heart of Rome

This is the Traviso Fountain. It is located in Rome. It is huge

This is the arena of Verona The most representive and the most famous monument of Verona. It is still used for concerts and operas

The tower is located in Pisa It is known for being leaned over

Ponte Vecchio is the oldest bridge in Florence

The Great Italian characters

Julius Caesar was a Roman general, statesman and writer, born on July 12 or 13, 100 BC. J.-C. in Rome and died on March 15, 44 before J.-C. In the same city.

Marco Polo was born in September 15, 1254, in Venice, and died around January 9, 1324, also in Venice, He was an Italian merchant, famous for his trip to China, which he recounts in a book entitled Currency of the world.

Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Vinci and died on May 2, 1519 in Amboise. He is known for his great scientific knowledges. Leonardo da Vinci created many works such as the Mona Lisa.

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Latvia

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Latvia is one of the three Baltic states, situated on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, between Estonia and Lithuania. The country is also bordered by Russia and Belarus, and it shares maritime borders with Sweden.

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The great figures of Latvia

Raimonds Pauls :

Raimonds Pauls was born in Riga 12th January 1936 . He is Latvia's greatest composer .

He plays piano and he is the author of many Latvian singer compositions .

Egils Levits :

He was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice in 1993 . In 2019 he became a Latvia's president .

Vera vike:

She was deported to a camp in Germany when she was young. After that she continued her studies in Canada and in 1999 she became president.

juris upatnieks :

He was born on May 7, 1936 in Riga
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The Freedom Monument

The Freedom Monument, located in Riga, Latvia, is a memorial built in honor of soldiers who died in combat during the War of Independence. Inaugurated on November 18, 1935 during the 17th anniversary of the country's independence. It is considered an important symbol of freedom, independence and sovereignty of Latvia, it is the central place of official ceremonies.

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Daina In Balkan language, Daina is the name of traditional vocal songs which are sung in Lithuania and also Latvia. They almost covered all different type of events and they divided into six categories. Each category may also sub divided into many sub genres

Culture and music

Lithuania ID card

Country anthem :

Number of inhabitants in Lithuania:

Lithuania has 2.795 million inhabitants.

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Lithuania is 65300 km².

Capital city :

Its capital is Vilnius.

language:

they speak Lithuanian.

President:

The president is Gitanas Nausėda.

Maps of Lithuania :

Flag of Lithuania

Climate and Reliefs of Lithuania

The humid continental climate is a type of climate found in several regions of the temperate zones located at mid-latitudes where conflicts between polar air masses can occur.).
The average temperature is 6,2°C.

Reliefs

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Lithuania

MONUMENT IN LITHUANIA

Ninth Fort

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Hill of crosses

Chateau of Vilnius

Monastère of Pažaislis

Tower of télévision

House of Perkūnas

Malta

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Identity card

Number of inhabitants:452 542

Language :Maltese

The national and official language of the Republic of Malta is Maltese. Maltese is spoken by almost 95% of the population

L-Innu Malti is the national anthem of Malta. It was written by Dun Karm, one of Malta's greatest poets, and composed by Robert Sammut. The hymn was originally a school song in the form of prayer.

Climate and terrain of Malta

Malta’s climate is Mediterranean, winters are mild and rainy but summers are hot and dry. There are about 60 days of rain. The temperature in winter does not drop below 8°C and in summer the temperature is usually between 25°C and 33°C.

Malta is an archipelago of limestone, located in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta is dominated by the sea. Only the four largest islands of the Maltese archipelago, namely Malta, Gozo, Comino and Manoel, are inhabited by humans. Other uninhabited islands include Cominotto, Filfla and the Saint Paul Islands. The country covers an area of approximately 316 km2.

Landscapes of Malta

Paradise bay

Blue lagon

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Paradise bay

A natural swimming pool surrounded by two islands, turquoise and shallow waters ideal for swimming and learning to dive.

The beach offers the opportunity for snorkeling and is considered one of the safest beaches for swimming. On the beach there is a part which is in the fat shade with small shrubs and the other half in full sun. Water's color is beautiful,she is and most of the time there are lots of fish.

History of Malta

These islands were occupied by all the powers that succeeded one another for the control of the Mediterranean: Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Barbarians, Byzantines, Aghlabid Arabs of Ifriqiya, Normans, Hohenstaufen, Angioinians, Aragonese, before being marked in particular by the influence of the order of Saint John of Jerusalem and the British with the French in the interwar period.

Malta became independent as a State of Malta in 1964, then a Republic in 1974, then a part of the European Union in 2004

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Norway

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Population : 5 millions inhabitants

Capital : Oslo

Political regime : governement

Norway map :

Norway flag :

Norway

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Cultures and musics of Norway

Traditional Instruments:

Bukkehorn (goat horn)
Munnharp (jew's harp)

Current artists :

Sidsel Endresen and Sinikka Langeland play music inspired by tradition. Vocal jazz finds
its representatives among Solveig Slettahjell,Silje Nergaard or Sissel Kyrkjebo The Norwegian rock scene includes
bands Turbonegro,Gluecifer, Bigbang, Madrugada, Kaizers Orchestra,DumDum Boys, CC Cowboys,
Seigmen and Kakkmaddafakka.

Cultures food :

In Norway, breakfast (frokost), often a buffet of cheese, cold meats or cereals,
is the most filling meal of the day. Lunch (frequently a cold meal of sandwiches -
Pizzas - Huge ice creams, etc.) is taken between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. depending on
everyone'savailability. Finally, dinner (middag) istaken between 4 p.m.
and 6 p.m It can be followed by a snack around 9 or 10 p.m.

Poland

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POLAND

Political regime : semi-presidential regime adopted in 1997.

37 668 515 of people.
Language: polish
Monney : Zloti

Bison are the emblem of the national parks of Poland

This Polish natural area is famous , and the nearly 300 European bison that still roam this vast expanse today. The fauna and flora are incredibly rich and there are more than a hundred species of birds, as well as several animal species such as wolves, lynx and beavers.

The national parks of Poland are full of beautiful landscapes.

There are a lot of animals and plants

FOREST OF BIALOWIEZA This incredible park have exceptional panoramas in the highest part , with rounded peaks covered with low vegetation.

TATRA NATIONAL PARK

Climates and reliefs of Poland

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In Poland, winters are very cold, and often below 0°C. Summers are hot (sometimes over 30°C) from June to August. Relief of Poland is low except in the south where there are some mountains.

Portugal

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The Portugal is a country of the South of Europe.

Capital city : Lisbon .
Area : 92 090 km².
Demography : 10M inhabitants.
Political regime : semi presidensial republic national parliaments « assembleia da republica do portugal ». National currency « o bem de nacao ». National anthem « a portuguesa ».

Climate of Portugal is very hot and very dry, at the North and the South . In the North, it could be very cold (1 or 0°C). The higher altitude is 1000 m.
















Climate on the coastline is very mild and in summer very sunny, with, sometimes precipitations.

Portugal

The Ponta de Piedad is a very touristic natural monument in the city of Lagos, in the Algarve region of Portugal. Ponta de Piedad is made up of several rock formations and cliffs, up to about 45 meters in height. It is one of the sites of photographic interest in the region. On site, it is possible to visit the various existing caves.

Cape St. Vincent is a cape in the Portuguese municipality of Sagres, in the Algarve. A lighthouse and a monastery were built there . Nearby is the fortress of Sagres.

Remarkable cave on the edge of the ocean, accessible by boat and known for the opening of its ceiling. Benagil Sea Cave is located on the beautiful Algarve coast, in the charming fishing village of Benagil.

Grotte de Benagil

FAMOUS NATURAL PLACES

Cape St. Vincent

Ponta de Piedad

Great characters of portuguese history

-Marquis of Pombal-

Marquis of Pombal was born in 1699 and died in 1782 he participated in the government of Portugal and became 1st minister.

-Magellan-

Magellan is a Portuguese explorer of the XVIth century, born around 1480. He died in 1521. He was the only one who found, south of the new world (America).

Vasco of Gama is a navigator born in the port of Synis (Sinis) in Portugal. He was born in 1469, and died in 1524.

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Portugal's monuments

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Portugal

Culture , Music

Fado

Folk Dance

Bacalhau

Francesinha

Octopus at Lagareiro

Colored boat

Slovenia

Ljubljana is capital of Slovénie

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Population : 2,1 millions of inhabitants

Density:104 hab/km²

No official currency

Parliamentary Republic

Slovenia: Terrain and Climate

Better understand the relief and climate of Slovenia

Along the coast, the temperature in Slovenia is cradled by a Mediterranean climate. The climate in Slovenia along the Adriatic Sea is thus rather hot and dry in summer and mild and humid in winter. ... In winter, snow covers most of the Julian Alps and the temperature then drops to -10°C.

Great persons of Slovenia

Baron Jurij Bartolomej Vega is a Slovenian mathematician, physicist and artillery officer born March 23, 1754 in Zagorica near Dolsko and died September 26, 1802 in Nussdorf near Vienna in Austria.

In the 19th century, Lovrenc Košir reformed the postal system of the Habsburg monarchy. In 1835 he also came up with the idea of ​​the first postage stamp, but unfortunately he never received recognition for his invention.

Herman Potočnik Noordung, a rocket engineer. He was a pioneer of spaceflight and the first space architect for weightlessness. His work inspired various space projects made later.

Jurij Bartolomej Vega

Lovrenc Košir

Herman Potočnik Noordung

Slovenian cooking: The potica is a traditionnal breakfast

Slovenian music : ocarina is a traditionnal instrument

Slovenian feast : 15 august

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Culture and Music Slovenian

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Spain

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Spain

By: Jessica Gameiro; 9ºB
School: Agrupamento de Escolas D. Afonso Henriques
Country: Portugal

Spain belongs to Europe and is part of the Iberian Peninsula.

It borders Portugal and France.

Its capital is Madrid.

It has about 505,000 square kilometers, of which about 12,500 are islands.

It is a very mountainous country, but in the center there is a large plateau.

It has about 47.35 million inhabitants.

The biggest tourist attractions are Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Serra de Tramontana and Pico de la Nieve.


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Turkey

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United Kingdom

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Languages : English
Motto : God and my right
Money : livre sterling
Population : 66M
Politic regiment : The Parliament of the United Kingdom is located at Westminster in London.

United kingdom

In general, the UK's climate is cool and often cloudy and rainy. High temperatures are infrequent. The climate in the UK is defined as an oceanic climate, a classification it shares with most of North West Europe.

The relief of the United Kingdom opposes the West and the North which are essentially low mountains regions and with forms marked by ancient glaciations, to the East and South where plateaus and plains dominate, grouped together in a vast basin.

United Kingdom

Big Ben (where is the english parliament) (England)

Tower Bridge (England)

Buckingham palace (the queen's residence) (England)

National Monument, Edinburgh (Scotland)

Ross monument (North Ireland)

Stonehenge (Wales)

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Elizabeth II (was born in 1926)

The beatles (XXe siecle)

Lady diana (1961-1997)

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