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Europe in numbers the quiz
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Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
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Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
Europe in numbers the quiz
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  • 1. Under the same sky “Europe in numbers”Amazing records in the EU
  • 2. Europe in numbersHow to “play” this presentation?1. Go to the next page (a lot of questions)2. Click on a question.3. You will see three answers4. Choose one5. If the answer is right, click “Home” for the next question.6. If the answer is qwrong, click “Home” for a second, or even third, answer.7. Enjoy it! Good luck!
  • 3. Europe in numbers• The biggest country in the EU is.. • The EU-country with the longest• The smallest EU-country is…. coast line…• The country with the largest • And the shortest coast line has… number of inhabitants…. • The highest building in the EU…• And the smallest number of • The biggest capital in the EU.. inhabitants is ….. • The capital with the lowest• The country with the highest number of inhabitants is… density of population…. • The highest point in the EU…• And the lowest density of • The longest bridge in the EU is… population is in… • The biggest football stadium in• The longest river in the EU is …. the EU…• The biggest lake in the EU… • The country with the largest• The country with the shortest number of bicycles is…. border…
  • 4. Europe in numbersThe biggest country in the EU is…..A: FranceB: NorwayC: Germany
  • 5. Under the same sky Europe in numbers• France: 544.000 km². This is the correct answer. Click “Home”for the next question. Capital: Paris Home
  • 6. Europe in numbersGermany is a big country, 357.022 km², capital Berlin, Germanname Bundesrepublik Deutschland but not the biggest countryin the EU! So, try again! Coat of arms Flag HOME Country
  • 7. Europe in numbersNorway could be one of the longest countries inEurope. The capital is Oslo. It is in the north of Europe,but.. Not the biggest country in the EU. So, try anotherone. HOME
  • 8. Europe in numbersThe smallest country in the EU is…A: LuxemburgB: MaltaC: Belgium
  • 9. Under the same sky Europe in numbers• Malta 315 km². Correct! Click “Home” for the next question.Capital: La Valetta Home
  • 10. Europe in numbersLuxemburg is a small country, next to Belgium, France andGermany. It has almost 500.000 inhabitant, it’s surface is2586 km2. The capital is called Luxemburg too. But… thereare smaller countries in the EU! Try again. Capital Home
  • 11. Europe in numbersBelgium borders to The Netherlands, Germany,Luxemburg and the North sea. The capital Brussels isthe residence of the European parliament. But thesmalles country? No no! The famous Atomium in Home Brussels
  • 12. Europe in numbersThe country with the largest number ofinhabitants is ….A: FranceB. ItalyC: Germany
  • 13. Europe in numbersFrance has 62.150.775 inhabitants. A lot! They love todrink wine! And Paris is their capital. Do you know thefamous tower Eiffel? But it is NOT the country with themost inhabitants. Try again. HOME
  • 14. Europe in numbersItaly has got 57.110.144 inhabitants. But it is not thelargest number in the EU. Do you know which country?Try it. Skyline Rome Italy looks like a boot HOME
  • 15. Under the same sky Europe in numbersGermany has got the most inhabitants of all the EU-countries:82.398.000. Right! “Home” for next question.Capital: Berlin Home
  • 16. Europe in numbersThe country which has the smallest number ofinhabitants is……A: MaltaB: FinlandC: Denmark
  • 17. Europe in numbersDenmark? The number of inhabitants is 5.500.510what is almost the same as Finland. There iscountry which has less inhabitants in the EU! Findit. HOME Copenhagen The famous statue
  • 18. Europe in numbersFinland is in the north of the EU. It has got not so muchinhabitants: 5.250.275. Finland is very famous becauseof the large number of lakes. Helsinki is the capital.But….the answer is not correct!!! HOME Helsinki
  • 19. Under the same sky Europe in numbers• Malta 405.165 This answer is correct. “Home”for next question.Malta has got 365 churches, one for every day ofthe year. Home
  • 20. Europe in numbersThe country with the highest density ofpopulation is….A: The NetherlandsB: LuxembourgC: Latvia
  • 21. Europe in numbersLuxembourg has about 500.000 inhabitants. It’scapital is Luxembourg too. The flag is the sameas the Dutch one. The population density is 190per km2. Unfortunately this is not the highest inthe EU, so try again! HOME
  • 22. Europe in numbersLatvia is one of the Baltic states. The capital isRiga. It’s density of population is 34 personseach km2. It is NOT the country with the highestdensity of population. HOME
  • 23. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Netherlands. Correct. The population density is401/km2. “Home” for next question. Home
  • 24. Europe in numbersAnd the lowest density of population is in…A: FinlandB: NorwayC: Austria
  • 25. Europe in numbersNorway!! It’s density of population is only12,1/km². The capital is Oslo. The coast of Norwayis famous for it’s fjords. Correct answer so “Home”for next question. fjord Oslo HOME
  • 26. Under the same sky Europe in numbersFinland has 15 inhabitants every km2. But…notCorrect. Click “Home” for a new answer. Lots of lakes and free places for everybody. Home
  • 27. Europe in numbersAustria, in the Alps, has got 97,9 inhabitants each km².This is a lot for a country in the mountains! Austriansare very good in skiing. But…your answer is not correct.Try “Home” for another answer. Home
  • 28. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe longest river in the EU is ….A: The Wolga?B: The river Rhine?C: The Danube?
  • 29. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Danube (Dutch “Donau”) is the longest river in the EU, 2860km. The well is in Germany in the Black Forest, the estuary in theBlack Sea. “An der schönen blauen Donau” is also a very famouswalz, composed by Johann Strauss. So, your answer is RIGHT! Home
  • 30. Europe in numbersThe Rhine flows from Grisons in the eastern Swiss Alps to the NorthSea coast in the Netherlands and is one of the longest and mostimportant rivers in Europe, at about 1,233 km. The initial source of the Rhine But…the longest river in the EU???? NO! HOME
  • 31. Europe in numbersThe Volga is the longest river in Europe, 3692 km. It flows through centralRussia, and is widely viewed as the national river of Russia. But it is not thelongest river in the EU, because Russia does not belong to the EU!!! So tryagain! HOME
  • 32. Europe in numbersThe biggest lake in the EU is…A: Bodensee Germany/Austria/SwitzerlandB: Balatonmeer HungaryC: Lake Vänern Sweden
  • 33. Europe in numbersLake Constance (in German: Bodensee) is a lake on theRhine at the northern foot of the Alps, 536 km2. It is agreat area for water tourisme, but NOT the biggest lakein Europe. Click “Home” for another try. HOME
  • 34. Europe in numbersLake Balaton is a freshwater lake in Hungary. It isthe largest lake in Central Europe, surface 592km2. But there are bigger ones in the EU, so,click “Home” and try again. Home
  • 35. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe biggest lake in the EU is Vänern (Zweden) 5.584km². So this is the correct answer. “Home”for thenext question. Home
  • 36. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe country with the shortest border is …A: SlovakiaB: MaltaC: Switzerland
  • 37. Under the same sky Europe in numbersMalta.The border of Malta is also the coast line, becauseMalta is a country which consist of two islands. Thiscoast line is 252 km. So your answer is OK. Click“Home” for next question. Home Capital La Valetta
  • 38. Under the same sky Europe in numbersSwitzerland is a republic consisting of 26 cantons, with Bern asthe seat of the gouvernment. The country is situated in WesternEurope, where it is bordered by Germany, France, Italy, Austriaand Liechtenstein. It is famous for the mountains, The Alps. Swisspeople are very good at skiing. But…the border is longer then insome other countries. And…it is not an EU-country! So, “Home”and try again. HOME
  • 39. Under the same sky Europe in numbersSlovakia is a landlocked state in Central Europe, populationabout five million and an area of about 49.000 km2. Slovakia isbordered by the Czech Republic and Austria to the west, Polandto the north, Ukraine to the east and Hungary to the south. Thecapital is Bratislava, famous are the mountains of the high Tatra.But…. it has a longer border then some othercountries.So, “Home” for another try. HOME
  • 40. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe country which has the longest coast line is….A: GreeceB: NorwayC: Italy
  • 41. Under the same sky Europe in numbersGreece: 13 676 km coast line. Greece has a lot of islands,these all have a coast line! Correct answer!! Go “Home” A lot of islands Home
  • 42. Under the same sky Europe in numbersItaly??? It’s a form like a boot in theMediterranian See. Coast line is 7600 km. Verylong! But the longest??? NO, so “Home” for abetter answer! HOME Italy
  • 43. Under the same sky Europe in numbersMaybe Norway? Very long country in the north ofEurope! It’s coastline is over 25.000 km!!! The longestin Europe, but…little problem: Norway is not an EU-member!! So “Home” for another try. One of the famous Norwegian fjords. HOME
  • 44. Under the same sky Europe in numbersAnd the shortest coast line has…A: HungaryB: BelgiumC: Poland
  • 45. Under the same sky Europe in numbersMaybe Belgium? It has a short coastline as youcan see. It borders the North Sea, the length ofthe coastline is 67 km. Correct answer! Nextquestion. The most famous statue in Belgium, in Home Brussels.
  • 46. Under the same sky Europe in numbersHungary. False answer!Hungary even does not have a coastline, thecountry is in the middle of Europe. Try again. Home
  • 47. Under the same sky Europe in numbersPoland? It has a coastline next to the Baltc Seaand it’s lenght is 524 km. So, there are shortercoastlines in the EU! Try again. Capital Warsaw Gdansk Home
  • 48. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe highest building in the EU…A: The Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt Germany.B: The Eiffel Tower in Paris FranceC: The Torre de Cristal in Madrid Spain
  • 49. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Commerzbank Tower is a tower inFrankfurt am Main, 259 m. high. The tower isNOT the highest one in the EU. The threehighest buildings in the EU are inMoskow. So try again. Home“City of Capitals” in Moskou Commerzbank Tower
  • 50. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Eiffel Tower, nickname La dame de fer, the iron lady) is an ironlattice tower located in Paris. Built in 1889, it has become icon ofFrance. The tower is named after its designer, engineer GustaveEiffel, the tower was built as the entrance arch to the 1889 WorldsFair.The tower stands 324 metres high. Your answer is correct, the tower isthe highest in the EU. “Home” for next question. HOME
  • 51. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Torre de Cristal (Spanish for Tower of Glass) is a skyscraper inMadrid, completed in 2008, 249.5 metres high. It is NOT thehighest building in the EU, it is the second highest building inSpain.SO, go “Home” for a new try. HOME
  • 52. Europe in numbersThe biggest football stadium in the Eu is …A: The Wembley stadium LondonB: Camp Nou in BarcelonaC: The Amsterdam Arena
  • 53. Under the same sky Europe in numbersCamp Nou – Barcelona/Spanje – 98.772 seats. So, youranswer is right! This is the biggest one in the EU! Go to thenext question! Home
  • 54. Europe in numbersThe Amsterdam Arena is the first in Europe coveredwith a retractable roof. Number of spectators: 52.960.So, a lot, but…not the biggest one in the EU!!! So tryagain! Home
  • 55. Europe in numbersThe Wembley stadium in London is brandnew build.The number of spectators is 90.000. That’s much morethen the Amsterdam Arena. But the biggest in the EU?NO no! Have another try! Home
  • 56. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe biggest capital in the EU is…A: Paris?B: Rome?C: London?
  • 57. Under the same sky Europe in numbersLondon? This is a very big city, but NOT thebiggest one in the EU. London has got about7.500.000 inhabitants. Try another answer! The skyline of London Home
  • 58. Under the same sky Europe in numbersRome? Rome is very famous because of all the history,the ancient Romans, it’s famouis buildings. The city hasgot almost 3.000.000 inhabitants and it is not thebiggest capital in the EU. So, try again. The skyline of Rome Home
  • 59. Under the same sky Europe in numbersParis in France: 11.175.000 inhabitants. CORRECTanswer! Very good! Click “Home” for next question. Home
  • 60. Europe in numbersThe smallest capital in the EU is…A: La ValettaB: BratislavaC: Luxembourg
  • 61. Under the same sky Europe in numbersLa Valetta in Malta: 7000 inhabitantsThe skyline of La Valetta Home
  • 62. Europe in numbersLuxembourg? This is the capital of the countryLuxembourg. Number of inhabitants? 92.342. Itis NOT the lowest number in the EU, for capitals.So, another try! Skyline of Luxembourg HOME
  • 63. Europe in numbersMaybe Bratislava? Itis the capital of Slovakia and, with a population of about431.000, also the countrys largest city. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakiaon both banks of the Danube River, bordering Austria and Hungary. But in theEU there are smaller capitals! Try again. Skyline of Bratislava Home
  • 64. Under the same sky Europe in numbersLowest point in the EU: Zuidplaspolder, TheNetherlands-6,76 meter below sea level How people built a polder Home
  • 65. Europe in numbersThe highest point in the EU is…A: The Mont Blanc in FranceB: The Grossglockner in AustriaC: The Matterhorn in Switzerland
  • 66. Europe in numbersThe “Matterhorn” is one of the most famous mountains inSwitzerland. It is situated near Zermatt, 4478 m. high. Whymper(England) was the first who klimbed this mountain, in 1865.But…is this the highest mountain in the EU? No, it is not! So tryagain. HOME
  • 67. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe Mont Blanc (French), meaning "White Mountain", is the highest mountain in the Alpsand in the European Union. It’s height is 4810,9 m. CORRECT answer! Click “Home”. Home
  • 68. Europe in numbersThe “Grossglockner” is the most famous mountain in Austria, 3798 m.high. Very famous is the road called “Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse”.But…..this mountain is not the highest mountain in the EU! So, tryagain! Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse HOME
  • 69. Europe in numbersThe longest bridge in the EU is…A: De Ponte Vasco Di Gama LissabonB: The “Zeelandbrug” in The NetherlandsC: Øresundsbron Denmark-Sweden
  • 70. Europe in numbersDe Ponte Vasco Di Gama Lissabon, 17.2 Km longThis is the longest bridge in the EU. It is inLissabon in Portugal and it crosses the riverTague. So: correct answer! “Home” for nextquestion. HOME
  • 71. Europe in numbersThe Zeeland Bridge is the longest bridge in the Netherlands. It connects theislands of Schouwen-Duiveland and Noord-Beveland in the province ofZeeland.The Zeeland Bridge was built between 1963 and 1965. At the time of itscompletion, it was the longest bridge of Europe. It has a total length of 5022metres.But it is not the longest bridge in the EU! So tryagain (“Home”) HOME
  • 72. Europe in numbersOresund Bridge (Øresundsbron) – ConnectingDenmark and Sweden – is 7845 m long, but NOTthe longest bridge in the EU! Go “Home” foranother try. HOME
  • 73. Europe in numbersIn which country people use bicycles most of thetime?A: The NetherlandsB: BelgiumC: Cyprus
  • 74. Europe in numbersBelgium? The like to ride a bicycle, but espacially forsports and cyclocross. But the biggest number ofbicycles? NO, try again.By the way: did you know that the inventor of the firstbicycle was Drais von Sauerbron (Germany)? He createdThe “Laufmaschine”, or velocipede, the earliest formof a bicycle, yet without pedals (1871).It was called “The draisine”, Home
  • 75. Europe in numbersCyprus? No, almost nobody uses a bike. They allgo by car! So, wrong answer! Try again (“Home”) Aphrodite’s rock No bicycles in Limassol… Home
  • 76. Under the same sky Europe in numbersThe average number of bicycles in som Eu-countries:?• In the Netherlands 1,1 p.p. all together about 17.600.000 (more bicycles then inhabitants!)• Denmark 0,8 in all 4.500.000• Germany 0,8 in all 65.000.000, so here are the most bicycles!!!!!!• Belgium 0,5 in all 5.000.000• Italy 0,5 in all 30.000.000• Austria 0,4 in all 3.000.000• Great Brittain 0,4 in all 25.000.000• Spain 0,2 in 9.000.000Concerning the little surface and the high average the Dutch are the champions inEurope in cycling! Home
  • 77. Under the same sky Europe in numbersSome interesting facts in the EU. Did you like it? Pupils of form 8 in Primary School “De Weijerhof” in Boxmeer examined the EU with great enthousiasme. Home

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