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Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
Western Europe - Southern Region
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Western Europe - Southern Region

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  1. Western Europe<br />Southern Region<br />
  2. Mediterranean Nations <br />Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Italy, Greece<br />
  3. Spain<br />Capital: Madrid<br />Language: Spanish<br />Currency: Euro<br />Government: Parliamentary Democracy & Constitutional Monarchy<br />Climate: Mediterranean along coast, Semiarid in central, Oceanic in north<br />Economy: Capitalist mixed economy, facing challenges similar to USA<br />Geology: Located on Iberian peninsula, marked by high plateaus and mountain ranges<br />
  4. Spain<br />Religion<br />Catholic – 76%<br />Non-religious – 13&<br />Atheistic – 7%<br />Muslim – 2%<br />
  5. Portugal<br />Capital: Lisbon<br />Language: Portuguese<br />Currency: Euro<br />Government: Parliamentary Republic<br />Climate: Mediterranean along coast, Semiarid in central, Oceanic in north<br />Economy: Growing, Focused on exports<br />Geology: Located on Iberian peninsula and several archipelagos in the Atlantic Ocean – Madeira and the Azores<br />
  6. Portugal <br />Religion<br />85% Catholic<br />2% other Christian<br />
  7. Andorra<br />Capital: Andorra la Vella<br />Language: Catalan<br />Currency: Euro<br />Government: Parliamentary Democracy and Co-principality<br />Climate: Temperate but cooler due to elevation<br />Economy: Stable, tax haven, 80% GDP from tourism<br />Geology: Located in eastern Pyrenees mountains, rugged mountainous, small<br />
  8. Andorra<br />Religion<br />90% Catholic<br />
  9. Italy<br />Capital: Rome<br />Language: Italian<br />Currency: Euro<br />Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic<br />Climate: Diverse based on location, part Mediterranean, part continental or temperate<br />Economy: Capitalist, high standard of living, wealthy<br />Geology: Italian peninsula and islands including Sicily and Sardinia<br />
  10. Italy<br />Religion<br />88% Catholic<br />92% Christian<br />2% Muslim<br />
  11. Greece<br />Capital: Athens<br />Language: Greek<br />Currency: Euro<br />Government: Parliamentary Republic<br />Climate: Mediterranean, Alpine, Temperate<br />Economy: High standard of living, high-income, in crisis<br />Geology: Peninsular mainland and 1400 islands, 80% mountains or hills<br />
  12. Greece<br />Religion<br />97% Greek Orthodox Christians<br />Freedom of religion guaranteed<br />Very religious nation<br />

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