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Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
Geog Presentation Northern Europe
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Geog Presentation Northern Europe

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Northern European history, political systems, economic situation and cultural characteristics. Images taken from WikiCommons.

Northern European history, political systems, economic situation and cultural characteristics. Images taken from WikiCommons.

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  • 1. Monday Northern Europe Vikings etc.
  • 2. Viking Country.
  • 3. Where the Vikings are from.
  • 4. Exit Question 1. What are 3 shared characteristics of Northern Europeans? 2. How is Finland Different?
  • 5. Yesterday and Today
    •  
      • History
      • Politics
        • Monarchy
        • Republic
        • E.U.
      • Economics
        • Industry
        • Transportation
        • Population
      • Culture
        • Religion
        • Language
  • 6. Northern Europe. Why Leave?
  • 7. Norwegian Fjords (mountains that shoot out of the water).
  • 8. Environment: Why Leave? Generally cold Poor soil Few mineral resources Long distances Remote Separated from mainland
  • 9. Picture Bergen
  • 10. Picture Stockholm Capital
  • 11. Picture of Hellsinki Apartment
  • 12. Picture Tallinn
  • 13. Picture Copenhagen Apartments
  • 14. Where are you?
      • History
      • Politics
        • Monarchy
        • Republic
        • E.U.
      • Economics
        • Industry
        • Transportation
        • Population
      • Culture
        • Religion
        • Language
  • 15. Viking History
    • Vikings diffused Viking culture.
      • Attacked Constantinople and Baghdad
      • Settled Vineland, Iceland, Greenland, British Isles, Southern Italy
  • 16. How the Vikings Ended.
      • No settlements in Caliphate territory
      • Era ended
        • Norway unified first.
          • Enforced Christianization
          • No Christian slaves
          • Slaves were most profitable product
  • 17. A short Nordic common history
    •   1536-1814 Denmark and Norway in a Union
      • 1814 Norway forced into union with Sweden, blame Napoleon.
      • 1905 Swedish/Norway Union dissolved
  • 18. Finnish point of view of Nordic Unity
    •   "Swedes we are not, Russians we will never become, so let us be Finns”
    • 1500 - 1809 - Kicked around by Sweden, until Finland is conquered by Russia
    • 1917 - Russia loses WWI: Finland Independence
  • 19. Write This Part Down…
    • Denmark and Norway were linked
    • Sweden controlled Finland
    • Finland planted Estonia
      • Isolated Region
        • Removed from mainland wars
        • Exception of WWII
    • Common geography, common history, common religion, common language, common politics.
  • 20. You are here.
      • History
      • Politics
        • Monarchy
        • Republic
        • E.U.
      • Economics
        • Industry
        • Transportation
        • Population
      • Culture
        • Religion
        • Language
  • 21. Political Systems
    • Political traditions:
    • Representative gov.
    • Individual rights
    • Social welfare
    • Gender balance in politics
  • 22. Political Systems
    • Constitutional monarchies
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • Denmark
    • Republic - Finland
    • Parliamentary - Estonia
  • 23. Connections to the Continent
    • Norway: (not in EU, NATO founding member)
    • Sweden: (NATO Partnership For Peace)
    • Finland: (NATO PFP)
    • Denmark: (NATO f.mem. )
    • Estonia: (NATO)
  • 24. You are here.
      • History
      • Politics
        • Monarchy
        • Republic
        • E.U.
      • Economics
        • Industry
        • Transportation
        • Population
      • Culture
        • Religion
        • Language
  • 25. Economics
    • North Sea - rich with oil for Norway
    • Baltic Sea- too shallow for ocean ships
    • Copenhagen is key port
    • Strong education systems
    •  
  • 26. Transportation
    • Why is rail most developed in Sweden?
  • 27. Population
    • Regional population: 26 million
    • Norway- 4.6 million
    • Sweden- 9.0 million
    • Finland - 5.2 Million
    • Denmark - 5.4 Million
  • 28. Answer in notes:
    • How is N. Europe disconnected from the continent?
    • Where is it’s industry located?
    • What must travel through N.Europe?
    •  
  • 29. The neighborhood situation
    • Separate from Europe by water.
    • Industry located in the south.
    • Central Europe can bypass N.Europe.
    •  
  • 30. Norway Industry/Population
  • 31. Sweden Industry/Population
  • 32. Finland Industry/Population
  • 33. Denmark Industry/Population
  • 34. Density and distribution
  • 35. What’s physical geography got to do with this?
  • 36. Where are you?
      • History
      • Politics
        • Monarchy
        • Republic
        • E.U.
      • Economics
        • Industry
        • Transportation
        • Population
      • Culture
        • Religion
        • Language
  • 37. Religion: Lutheran
  • 38. Religion: Lutheran
    • Norway Luth. 88%.
    • Sweden: Luth. 80%, Musl. 5%.
    • Finland: Luth. 82.5%, Orth. 1.1%.
    • Denmark Luth. 95%, other Prot. & Cath. 3%, Musl. 2%.
    • Estonia: Luth., Estonian Orth.  
  • 39. Nordic Language
    • The Nordic lang.
      • North Germanic.
      • Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
      • Written similar.
      • Pronunciation differs.
  • 40. English Language
  • 41. Language Map
  • 42. Sami & Finnish of the Uralic Family
  • 43. The Northern European News
  • 44. Bonus Country Iceland
    • Settled between 800-900 AD
    • Semi-presidential, parliamentary.
    • Evangelical Lutheran, 86%
    • Per capita GDP (2007): $64,033.
  • 45. Exit Questions 1. What are 3 shared characteristics of Northern Europeans? 2. How is Finland Different?
  • 46. Exit Statement. Have a nice day.

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