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Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
Iman Kuwait
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Iman Kuwait

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  • 1. By: Iman
  • 2. • • • • • • • • • Introduction………………………….. Page 3 Geography………………………….. Page 4 Culture…......………………………… Page 5 Climate…...………………………….. Page 6 Economy... ………………………….... Page 7 Bibliography………………………… Page 8 History………..……………………… Page 9 Interesting Facts……………………… Page 10 Conclusion……………………………. Page 11
  • 3. • The country that I am studying is • Kuwait. The capital city of Kuwait is Kuwait city. Some of the languages in Kuwait are Arabic, English….
  • 4. • Kuwait is a country in the Middle East. It’s surrounded by Iran in the south, also in the south there is Saudi Arabia. The Persian Gulf in the East, the Red Sea in the South West, and Iraq in the north West. Three of the tallest mountains are: 1.Khasham Ghudayy 2. AlAwjah 3. Jabalal Banaya. Kuwait is located at the North end of the Persion Gulf.
  • 5. • Some of the traditional foods are: fish, Arab food, Turkish food, and Indian food. They also eat rice, bread and fruit. Breakfast is eaten very early , if they have school or work they eat at 8:00 A.M. and they have bread ,honey ,jam, dates, and they drink tea and coffee. Depending on the seasons, lunch and dinner are the most important meals of the day. The most popular sports in Kuwait are: squash, rugby, baseball, football, swimming, cricket fishing. Other popular sports are: figure skating, and ice hockey. The most common gifts in Kuwait is jewelry, you give it out at weddings, birthdays, and a birth of a child. Finally jewelry is designed with gold!
  • 6. • • Summers in Kuwait are long hot and dry. The temperature is 43 degrees C. and 110 F. Winters are short, cool, and cold with rare summer showers and dust storms. The temperature is 13 degrees C. and 55 degrees F. in the winter. The rainfall ranges are 2c.m. and 35c.m. per year. Dust storms occur along the year, it’s more common in the Spring or the Summer. The humidity in Kuwait is usually low except in the late summer. The highest recorded temperature is 125 degrees F., and 52 degrees C., in July, 1978, making Kuwait the fourth hottest place in the world.
  • 7. • Oil is the most natural resource of Kuwait, and • it is the best product. Also, it is important because they have a lot of oil, so they trade for money, then they use the money to pay the government. Kuwaiti government manages the salary for the people of Kuwait.
  • 8. • 1. Cultures of the world Kuwait • by Maria O’shea and Michael Spilling • 2010 • 2. Kuwait- Britannica school •
  • 9. • In 1990 Iraq captured Kuwait. Iraq stole all the valuables in Kuwait, with food supplies. Many people left Kuwait. There was a war between Iraq and Kuwait in 1991. After the war, people of Kuwait fixed the damage. Finally Iraq lost the war!
  • 10. • • Kuwait is a very interesting country. I learned a lot about the culture in Kuwait. I picked this country because I don’t know anything about it. • I LOVE KUWAIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! •  • 

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