GREECEGREECE
Inés Tuñas Puentes.
Lidia Leis García.
Ana Dopazo Gómez.
SITUATION OF GREECE IN EUROPE
Greece is located on
the south of the Balkan
Peninsula, bounded on
the north by Bulgaria,
th...
Greece is mostly
mountainous with
several chains
including the Rhodope
mountains, the chain of
Olympus and others.
Greece ...
Greece is divided into 7
decentralized
administrations, in turn
divided into 13 suburbs,
74 are in peripheral units
and th...
The Hellenic Parliament
Greece is currently a parliamentary
republic:
The President is elected every five
years by the Hel...
Károlos Papoulias is
the president of the
Hellenic Republic
since 2005.
Antonis Samarás is
the Prime Minister
since 2012.
The Parthenon is one of the main
preserved Doric temples, built
between 447 and 432 a. C. Their
approximate dimensions are...
The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was ​
chryselephantine sculpture, made by famed
classical sculptor Phidias about 436. C., in...
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  1. 1. GREECEGREECE Inés Tuñas Puentes. Lidia Leis García. Ana Dopazo Gómez.
  2. 2. SITUATION OF GREECE IN EUROPE Greece is located on the south of the Balkan Peninsula, bounded on the north by Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and Albania, to the east by Turkey and the Aegean Sea; on the south by the Mediterranean and the Ionian Sea and on the west by the Adriatic Sea.
  3. 3. Greece is mostly mountainous with several chains including the Rhodope mountains, the chain of Olympus and others. Greece is the European country with the largest number of mountain peaks. Its greatest height is in the chain of Olympus, at 2,919 m in the mount Mytikas, this being the fifth in Europe in prominence.
  4. 4. Greece is divided into 7 decentralized administrations, in turn divided into 13 suburbs, 74 are in peripheral units and the latter in 325 municipalities. There is a separate area, Mount Athos, which has its own autonomy under Greek sovereignty.
  5. 5. The Hellenic Parliament Greece is currently a parliamentary republic: The President is elected every five years by the Hellenic Parliament. Every four years the Hellenic Parliament elections after which the Prime Minister and his government held renews. The legislature is unicameral and is represented by 300 members of the Hellenic Parliament, representing the Greek people. The judiciary is independent and is represented by three superior courts. Greece is governed according to the Constitution of 1975, as amended in the years 1986, 2001 and 2008. Greece is an EU member since 1981.
  6. 6. Károlos Papoulias is the president of the Hellenic Republic since 2005. Antonis Samarás is the Prime Minister since 2012.
  7. 7. The Parthenon is one of the main preserved Doric temples, built between 447 and 432 a. C. Their approximate dimensions are: 69.5 meters long by 30.9 wide; columns are 10.4 meters in height. It is dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena, whom the Athenians considered their protector. Athena Parthenos was the name of an imposing chryselephantine sculpture (gold and ivory) of the Greek goddess Athena by Phidias carved and erected in the Parthenon in Athens.
  8. 8. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was ​ chryselephantine sculpture, made by famed classical sculptor Phidias about 436. C., in what is now known as Olympia, Greece, and part of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The statue occupied the whole width of the aisle of the temple built to house it. According to a contemporary source was approximately forty feet high.
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