Italy Country Report

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Italy Country Report

  1. 1. Italy<br />By: Ethan<br />
  2. 2. Capital: Rome<br />Population:58,126,212<br />Convention Name: Italian Republic<br />Local name: RepubblicaItaliana<br />Location: Southern Europe<br />Chief of State: President Giorgio Napolitano<br />Head of State: Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi <br />Population<br />
  3. 3. Map of Italy<br />
  4. 4. Countries<br />Austria<br />Switzerland<br /> France<br />Slovenia<br />Mediterranean<br />Ionian<br />Tyrrhenian<br />Adriatic<br />Ligurian<br />Countries and Seas that border Italy <br />Seas<br />
  5. 5. Dolomite and Appenine mountains<br />Italy has only two mountain ranges—the Dolomite Mountains which are part of the Alps and Appenine.<br />The Dolomite mountains go across northern Italy and the Appenines cut down the center of Italy<br />Landforms#1 <br />
  6. 6. Italy’s major river is called river Po<br />River Po has multiple mini rivers connected to it<br />River Po is in the Po valley <br />Landforms#2<br />
  7. 7. Alps<br />The Alps form a wall that go’s across northern Italy <br />Landform#3<br />
  8. 8. Represents<br />Green= hope<br />White= faith<br />Red= charity <br /> The flag was adopted in 1984<br />The locals call it Il Tricolore<br />Italian Flag<br />Adopted<br />
  9. 9. Pizza<br />Italy made the worlds largest pizza <br />It was 17 feet wide<br />It weighed 273 pounds <br />Interesting facts <br />
  10. 10. Natural gases and agriculture products <br />Rice<br />Grapes<br />Olives<br />Citrus fruit<br />Potatoes<br />Sugar beets<br />Soy beans<br />Beef<br />Coal<br />Zinc<br />Mercury<br />Natural Resources & Agriculture<br />
  11. 11. The climate in Italy is mostly Mediterranean, alpine in the far north, hot and dry in the south<br />Climate<br />
  12. 12. www. Kidport . Com/ refib/ world geography/ Italy/ Italy. Htm<br />World dictionary<br />Italy faces magazine<br />http:// www. Askkids. Com/ web ? Qsrc= 167 & o = &q = climate+ italy& search= search<br />http:// www. Askkids. Com/ web ? Qsrc= 167 & o= O&1 = dir& aflt= &q = natural+ resource+ italy<br />Work cited<br />

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