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Italy and France
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    • 1. Italy and France
    • 2. Italy: Location
    • 3. Italy: LocationThe Italian peninsulasticks out into theMediterranean Sea.
    • 4. Italy: LocationThe Italian peninsulasticks out into theMediterranean Sea.It looks like a boot(Italy) kicking a ball(Sicily).
    • 5. Italy: LocationThe Italian peninsulasticks out into theMediterranean Sea.It looks like a boot(Italy) kicking a ball(Sicily).Two small countries(San Marino andVatican City) are (1)ENCLAVES within
    • 6. Land and Climate
    • 7. Land and ClimateTo the North are the(2) ALPS and in thesouth are (3)VOLCANOES.
    • 8. Land and ClimateTo the North are the(2) ALPS and in thesouth are (3)VOLCANOES.Southern Italyexperiences volcanoesand earthquakes.
    • 9. Land and ClimateTo the North are the(2) ALPS and in thesouth are (3)VOLCANOES.Southern Italyexperiences volcanoesand earthquakes.Italy has mostly a (4)MILD climate withsunny summers andrainy winters.
    • 10. Economy
    • 11. EconomyOver the past 50 years, Italy has changed froma mainly farming economy to a world-leadingindustrial economy.
    • 12. EconomyOver the past 50 years, Italy has changed froma mainly farming economy to a world-leadingindustrial economy.Most manufacturing takes place in northern Italy.
    • 13. EconomyOver the past 50 years, Italy has changed froma mainly farming economy to a world-leadingindustrial economy.Most manufacturing takes place in northern Italy.(5) TOURISM is also a major industry.
    • 14. EconomyOver the past 50 years, Italy has changed froma mainly farming economy to a world-leadingindustrial economy.Most manufacturing takes place in northern Italy.(5) TOURISM is also a major industry.Southern Italy is poorer and less industrializedthan northern Italy.
    • 15. Government
    • 16. GovernmentItaly is a democratic republic.
    • 17. GovernmentItaly is a democratic republic.There have been many (6) COALITIONGOVERNMENTS, where two or more politicalparties work together to run the country. This isbecause there are many political parties and nosingle one can gain control.
    • 18. People
    • 19. PeopleMore than (7) 90% of Italians work inmanufacturing and service industries.
    • 20. PeopleMore than (7) 90% of Italians work inmanufacturing and service industries.More than 95% of people are (8) ROMANCATHOLIC.
    • 21. PeopleMore than (7) 90% of Italians work inmanufacturing and service industries.More than 95% of people are (8) ROMANCATHOLIC.The language of Italy, (9) ITALIAN is closelyrelated to French and Spanish.
    • 22. Vatican City
    • 23. Vatican City is the Vatican Cityheadquarters for theRoman Catholic Churchand where the pope lives.
    • 24. Vatican City is the Vatican Cityheadquarters for theRoman Catholic Churchand where the pope lives.It is located entirelywithin (10) ROME.
    • 25. Vatican City is the Vatican Cityheadquarters for theRoman Catholic Churchand where the pope lives.It is located entirelywithin (10) ROME.It is an independentcountry.
    • 26. Vatican City is the Vatican Cityheadquarters for theRoman Catholic Churchand where the pope lives.It is located entirelywithin (10) ROME.It is an independentcountry.The largest church in theworld, St. Peter’s Basilica,is in Vatican City.
    • 27. France: Location
    • 28. France: LocationFrance is the largest country in Western Europe.
    • 29. France: LocationFrance is the largest country in Western Europe.The (11) PYRENEES separate France from Spainand the Alps separate it from Switzerland andItaly.
    • 30. France: LocationFrance is the largest country in Western Europe.The (11) PYRENEES separate France from Spainand the Alps separate it from Switzerland andItaly.
    • 31. France: LocationFrance is the largest country in Western Europe.The (11) PYRENEES separate France from Spainand the Alps separate it from Switzerland andItaly.
    • 32. Land and Climate
    • 33. Land and ClimateImportant rivers such as the (12) LOIRE andSEINE connect different regions of France.
    • 34. Land and ClimateImportant rivers such as the (12) LOIRE andSEINE connect different regions of France.Most of the country has a climate that is goodfor agriculture.
    • 35. Land and ClimateImportant rivers such as the (12) LOIRE andSEINE connect different regions of France.Most of the country has a climate that is goodfor agriculture.
    • 36. Land and ClimateImportant rivers such as the (12) LOIRE andSEINE connect different regions of France.Most of the country has a climate that is goodfor agriculture.
    • 37. Economy
    • 38. EconomyThe economy relies on (13) AGRICULTURE andMANUFACTURING.
    • 39. EconomyThe economy relies on (13) AGRICULTURE andMANUFACTURING.France is the second-leading producer of food inthe world.
    • 40. EconomyThe economy relies on (13) AGRICULTURE andMANUFACTURING.France is the second-leading producer of food inthe world.Farmers grow grains, sugar beets, fruits (such asgrapes), and vegetables.
    • 41. EconomyThe economy relies on (13) AGRICULTURE andMANUFACTURING.France is the second-leading producer of food inthe world.Farmers grow grains, sugar beets, fruits (such asgrapes), and vegetables.Most people work in service industries.
    • 42. People
    • 43. PeopleFrance’s national motto is: “Liberte, Egalite,Fraternite!”
    • 44. PeopleFrance’s national motto is: “Liberte, Egalite,Fraternite!”(14) 90% of people are Roman Catholic.
    • 45. PeopleFrance’s national motto is: “Liberte, Egalite,Fraternite!”(14) 90% of people are Roman Catholic.More than 10 million people live in the capital,which is also France’s largest city.
    • 46. Government
    • 47. GovernmentThe government is known as the (15) FIFTHRepublic.
    • 48. GovernmentThe government is known as the (15) FIFTHRepublic.They have a strong federal government led by apresident who is elected for five years.

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