SS6G10(b) Germany vs Italy

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SS6G10(b) The student will compare how location, climate, natural resources, and population distribution of the Germany and Italy affects where people live and how they trade.

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SS6G10(b) Germany vs Italy

  1. 1. Germany vs. ItalySS6G10(b) The student will compare how location, climate, naturalresources, and population distribution of the Germany and Italy affectswhere people live and how they trade.
  2. 2. Germany ItalyAbout 3.5 million people Italy attracts millions oflive in the capital city of tourists every year becauseBerlin. It is located in of its spectacular scenery,northeastern Germany. beautiful weather, and fascinating history and culture. Rome in central-western Italy is the capital. Over 2.7 million people live in Rome.
  3. 3. Location Germany ItalyGermany is located in Italy is located in SouthernWestern and Central Europe and comprises theEurope. boot-shaped Italian Peninsula and a number of islands including the two largest, Sicily and Sardinia.
  4. 4. Climate Germany ItalyGermany has a moderate The climate in Italy isclimate with warm, mild moderate with generally cool winters, colder in thesummers and cool mountain regions, and warmwinters. Extreme summers.weather conditions donot occur very often. Mountains cover about 70 percent of the country. Spring in Germany Summer in Italy
  5. 5. Farmland Germany ItalyThe mild climate is good for Grapes, Italy’s most valuable crop,Germany’s agriculture industry, are often grown alongwhich uses about half of mountainsides. Italian grapes haveGermany’s land. made Italy the largest wine producer in the world. Northern Italy produces the best grapes.Germany produces many crops. Rich soil and plenty of water make northern Italy the “breadbasket”, or wheat growing area.
  6. 6. Natural Resources Germany ItalyEnormous deposits of coal Italy has few mineraland iron ore found in the resources, and has to importRuhr region fuel a huge most of its raw materials formanufacturing industry industry.known for steel production,automobiles, buildingmaterials, and many otheritems.
  7. 7. Economics Germany ItalyIt is a very prosperous nation, Tourism is the country’swith one of the largest most important industry.populations in Europe and thestrongest economy.Manufacturing drives theeconomy; steel production,automobiles, buildingmaterials, and many others.
  8. 8. Where people live Germany ItalyMost Germans live in About two-thirds of Italians live in the northern part ofthe cities and towns of the country, home to mostwestern Germany. The of Italy’s industry andRuhr Valley is the most agriculture.densely populated areain Germany.

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