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Greek agriculture, religion, and landforms

Greek agriculture, religion, and landforms

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  • 1. Greece The Land of Myths
  • 2. The Greek Religion
    • Greek’s religion is 97% Greek Orthodox.
    • The Muslim minority religion makes up 0.9 and 1.2% of the Greek religion.
    • The Roman Catholics estimated 50,000 members.
    • 81% of Greek’s citizens believe there is a god. The immigrant Roman Catholics are between 200,000 and 300,00.
    From wikipedia.org
  • 3. Greek Agriculture
    • Greek agriculture employs 528,000 people.
    • Greek agriculture is 12% of the labor force.
    • It produces a large variety of crop and livestock products.
    • Wheat production reached 1.8 million tons in 2004 down from 2.1 million tons in 1964.
    • Annual productions of barley reached 220,000 million tons in 2004 down from 242,000 million tons.
    From wikipedia.org
  • 4. Greek Landforms
    • The highest Greek mountain, Mt. Olympus, is 9570 ft. high.
    • The lowest point in Greece is the Mediterranean Sea at 0 meters.
    • Greece is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe.
    • The Corinth Canal is a 4 mile long landform made by man.
    • The coastline is 13676 km (including islands).
    From worldatlas.com

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