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NORTH AMERICAN CULTURES
AMERICAN RELIGION
AMERICAN FOOD
AMERICAN SPORTS
AMERICAN ART
TOURISTIC PLACES OF UNITED STATES
AMERICAN RELIGION
GROUP #1
Protestant Evangelicals
Evangelical churches and religious groups are rooted in the
eighteenth-century Protestant Renaissance movement, a
period of intense religious activity, especially in the United
States and England.
Catholics
The United States has the third largest Catholic
population in the world (after Brazil and Mexico).
Catholicism is the traditional religion of most Americans
of Latin, Italian, Irish and Polish origin. The Religious
Panorama Survey indicates that "the Catholic proportion
of the adult population in the United States has remained
constant in recent decades, by about 25 percent."
PROTESTANT CHRISTIANS
(EVANGELICAL) AND CATHOLICS
Between 2007 and 2012, the proportion of
adults who identify themselves as Christians
has fallen from 78% to 73% and within them
the percentage of those who declare
themselves from a protestant church has
dropped from 53% to 48% .
Statistics
Although Jews have been established in the United States
since the time of the Colonies, most came from Germany
and Eastern Europe in the nineteenth century, bringing
with them various religious customs and forms of piety
characteristic of these regions.
 8% of New York residents are
Jewish, followed by Boston
with 6% and Miami with 5%,
according to the data.
Philadelphia and San Francisco
have a population of 4% that is
Jewish, and Chicago and
Washington 3%
The Mormon Church, officially known as the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was founded in the
state of New York in 1830. According to its founder, Joseph
Smith, the angel Moroni gave him the Golden Tables
containing The Book of Mormon, which together with the
Bible is the basis of the Mormon religion.
The first Muslim in North America that history records,
was the early Spanish explorer of the XIV century Berber
origin, Estevanan of Azamor. Historical records also show
that many African slaves who were brought to the
American continent were probably Muslim.
The American Religious Identification
Survey 2001 conducted by the Graduate
Center of the City University of New
York asked more than 50,000 people and
found that the total American Muslim
population is 1.8 million.
Americans were first exposed to Buddhism after
the California Gold Rush, when large numbers of
Chinese immigrants began arriving in the United
States. The first Buddhist temple was built in San
Francisco in 1853.
Protestant Evangelicals
Evangelical churches and religious groups are rooted in the
eighteenth-century Protestant Renaissance movement, a
period of intense religious activity, especially in the United
States and England.
Catholics
The United States has the third largest Catholic
population in the world (after Brazil and Mexico).
Catholicism is the traditional religion of most Americans
of Latin, Italian, Irish and Polish origin. The Religious
Panorama Survey indicates that "the Catholic proportion
of the adult population in the United States has remained
constant in recent decades, by about 25 percent."
PROTESTANT CHRISTIANS
(EVANGELICAL) AND CATHOLICS
Between 2007 and 2012, the proportion of
adults who identify themselves as Christians
has fallen from 78% to 73% and within them
the percentage of those who declare
themselves from a protestant church has
dropped from 53% to 48% .
Statistics
Americans were first exposed to Buddhism after
the California Gold Rush, when large numbers of
Chinese immigrants began arriving in the United
States. The first Buddhist temple was built in San
Francisco in 1853.
AMERICAN FOOD
GROUP #2
 CHINESE-
AMERICAN CUISINE
Chinese-American cuisine is a type of fusion
cuisine that comes from Chinese immigrants who
traveled to the United States and North America
during the nineteenth century.
•This cuisine evolved into tastes and
ingredients to the extent that dishes
served in certain restaurants Chinese
people in the United States reached their
own entity.
• In this process of adaptation, cooks
invented dishes such as the General Tso
chicken designed in New York. As a
result, they developed a style of Chinese
food that is not present in China.
 French american cuisine
• The gastronomy of France is considered as one of the most
important in the world. It is characterized by its variety, fruit of
the French regional diversity, both cultural and raw materials, but
also by its refinement.1 2 Its influence is felt in almost all the
cuisines of the Western world, which have been incorporating
knowledge bases Technicians of French cuisine.
• Traditionally, each region has its own kitchen:
Northwest cuisine uses butter, crème fraîche and
apple;
• Southwest cuisine uses oil, duck fat, foie gras,
mushrooms and wine;
• The cuisine of the southeast is characterized by
Italian influences and is served with the olive, the
fine herbs and the tomato;
• North cuisine is characterized by Belgian
influences and is served from potato, pork, beans
and beer;
• The cuisine of the east, characterized by German
influences, is served from bacon, sausages, beer
and sauerkraut.
 ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
Italian-American cuisine is a style of Italian cuisine adapted throughout
the United States of America. Italian-American food has been shaped
throughout history by various waves of immigrants and their
descendants, called Italian Americans. As immigrants from the
different regions of Italy settled throughout the various regions of the
United States, many brought with them a distinct regional Italian
culinary tradition. Many of these foods and recipes developed into
new favorites for the townspeople and later for Americans nationwide.
1. PEPPERONI PIZZA
• The pizza originated in Italy, but has been appropriated by the
Americans as a favorite dish. But depending on where you are, the style
of your za (an abbreviation for pizza in English) can vary a lot. For
example, New York pizza has a thin crust while Chicago pizza is made
with thick bread, and is known as deep dish in English. There are a
variety of ingredients that can be put to the pizza, but the most
popular in the United States is the pepperoni.
2. LASAGNE
• Lasagne are wide, flat-shaped pasta, and possibly one of the
oldest types of pasta. The word "lasagne", and, in American
English, the singular "lasagna", can also refer to a dish made
with several layers of lasagne sheets alternated with sauces
and various other ingredients
3. MAC N CHEESE
• Mac n 'cheese is the abbreviated form of macaroni and cheese, a typical
pasta dish of macaroni and cheese. The mac n 'cheese is easy to
prepare, especially if the box beams. All you have to do is boil the pasta,
mix the ingredients with the dehydrated cheese package and in less than
10 minutes is ready. For this reason, it is impossible to find an American
who has not eaten mac n 'cheese in his childhood. Cheese pasta is so
popular that July 14 is the national day of mac n 'cheese in the US.
 GUATEMALA- AMERICAN CUISINE
In the United states they sell some
Guatemalan dishes that are rich
and we have some dishes like the
kak’ik and the tortillas of cassava.
LUNCH AND DINNER
Guatemala food is influenced by it’s Mayan roots and
primarily is based on corn, beans rice. Some popular
Guatemala dishes include chiles relenos which is chile
peppers stuffed with rice, cheese, meat and vegetables,
chicken pepian, which is chicken spiced with pumpkin
and sesame sauce, and kak’ik, a traditional Mayan
turkey soup, with chili peppers.
DESSERTS
Traditional dessets in Guatemala include pastel
de Banano, a rich banana cake, tortillas de
yuca, a latke- type potato pankake made out
of yuca. Popular desserts in the region, like
arroz con leche, are also common.
 ALEMANA- AMERICAN CUISINE
• From the strips of meat cooked under the saddles of the
Mongolian horses, until the creation of the Big Mac index used
to measure a country's economic competitiveness, our beloved
Burger has conquered kilometers, stomachs and hearts.
BUT WHAT IS ITS ORIGIN?
• Many are those who compete for the invention of this snack or
sandwich of chopped meat. Tracing its more remote origin, in the
Times Roman, in the time of Emperor Tiberius, are references to
the "Isicia omentata", an easily transportable dish for legions,
composed of a mixture of minced meat, wine white, bread, grains
of pepper and pine nuts.
In the middle ages, the mongol Emperor Genghis Khan extended
"hamburgueseras" borders to Russia and Ukraine.
• Trade led to these "prehamburguesas"
to Hamburg, the biggest port of the old
continent, where refined the recipe by
introducing egg to the original mix for
mincemeat. Starting point to the
Americas, from there traveled to the
premises of the port of New York, where
they began to serve "steaks Hamburg-
style" and to become popular among the
immigrants settled in the Valley of the
River.
The truth is that it is not clear. There are
several U.S. regions who take the
invention. Among others, the city of
Hamburg, in New York, which claims to
the he invented this "meat sandwich",
that was precisely this which gave name
the city.
The dishes are very consumed in the United
States and these are traditional dishes
because they represent the independence of
the Fourth of July..
MEALS OF THE UNITED STATES
FRIED CHICKEN
This preparation is the favorite home
of Americans. It is even known that he
the favorite of presidents Theodore
Roosevelt and Harry Truman.
HAMBURGESAS
The custom in the United States is to make
them to the grill, mainly to celebrate the
independence of his Country. One of the
most famous and typical American is the
hamburger BLT
HOT DOG
This is a classic of US food. Whether
grilled or grilled if it is on a barbecue.
The classic accompaniments are the
onion sauce and the chile.
RIBS IN BARBECUE SAUCE
The Americans are the kings of the ribs
and therefore are present in all their
grills and celebrations. The way to
prepare barbecue sauce varies by
region.
AMERICAN SPORTS
GROUP # 3
It is played between two
teams of six players with
skates on an ice rink. It is
characterized by its great
strength, speed and
aggressiveness. This sport is
played mainly in cold
countries, which may have
natural ice rinks, although
there are countries that have
created artificial tracks for
this sport.
Tennis in U.S.A
Can be played individually against a single opponent or between two teams of
two players each.
Tournaments
2. Men’s tournament structure
The Challenger Tour for men is the lowest level
of tournament administered by the ATP. It is
composed of about 150 events and, as a result,
features a more diverse range of countries
hosting events.
Tournaments
3. Women’s tournament
structure
The first tiering system in women's tennis was
introduced in 1988. The Premier events were
introduced in 2009 replacing the previous Tier I
and II tournament categories.
The golf is one sport of highter tradition in the United States,
the number Of who plays this sports is around 30 millons of
people.
There are 10,237 clubs in United States.
Golf in United states
Augusta National Golf Club
is the club of golf more popular, like the best of United
States of America.
We going to show the best camps of golf of the United States
even of the world, that are decorate with amazing landscapes.
PINE VALLEY
This camp of golf is so exclusive and
is located in New Jersey, it was
create by a group of players
aficionated of Philadelphia.
Cypress Point Club
Is a club of private golf located in
California.
The camp is so famous for its serie of
three whols that is aboard of the pacific
ocean.
Augusta National
This resoursce is located in the Augusta
city, In Georgia.
Was created in 1933. The a year later
recive the event THE MASTERS, knows
like MASTERS OF AUGUSTA.
Where the winer get a green jacket.
Shinecock Hills
This golf camp is located in New York.
It has the house club more oldest of
this country.
It is famous for let ladies play in this
camp since it was created.
Creation
• This sport was created one hundred years
ago as a modification of the england rugby,
is one of the most competitve sports of
contact of united states and is played in
sixty countrys orund the world. This sport
requires a great discipline, mental and
phisic training.
Principal objective of the game
• The football is played for two teams, in the way that eleven
players play ofensive and eleven players play defensive, the team
that plays ofensive try to take the ball running or passing the ball
to the touchdown area and make points. The defense have to
evitate that this happen and try to stop the rival team.
• If the team makes a touchdown i worths six point, two extra
points if is a play or one extra if is a field goal.
Foot Ball Soccer
• The soccer its a sport really pasionate in all the world, but in the
USA because they practice less that in ather places the soccer
emerge in weembley and now has a lor of fans.
SPORT THAT IS PRACTICED IN A SQUARE FIELD OF 30 M
OF SIDE BETWEEN TWO TEAMS OF NINE PLAYERS EACH
ONE; IS TO HIT WITH A BAT A SMALL BALL THROWN BY
THE HAND BY AN OPPONENT AND TO CROSS THE
PERIMETER OF AN INNER SQUARE OF THE FIELD
PASSING THROUGH THE FOUR CORNERS OR BASES
BEFORE THE RIVAL REGAINS CONTROL OF THE GAME;
WINS THE TEAM THAT MORE OFTEN GETS IT ALONG
THE NINE PARTS OR TICKETS THAT CONSISTS THE
MATCH
AMERICAN ART
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GROUP # 4
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The USA Art
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The USA Music Style
In united states the music it’s
something really important in the
culture because this us a type of
escape of the world this is something
that help you to be out stress every
people has his own favorite type of
gender.
In America the variety is music style is
huge so this is not a problem when you
need to find new music
z
Some of the Gender s that USA Have.
 When we are talking
about music in USA
quickly we thing a lot
but some of the most
popular are:
 Rock Music
 Hip/Hop
 Pop and R&B
 Rap and Trap (Electro)
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UNITED STATE SCULTURE
Jacques lipchitz, chaim Gross and William Zuarch
was one of the most important people in the
sculture gender they make a new way of gramar.
Other important aport of this gender they try to
cover a lot of spaces, in some fields they try to
innovate with new ways and shapes of sculture
that help them to innovate in the sculture industry.
z
Important sculture of united states
z
The Golden Grate its a bridge located in the
california this is a floting bridge this unite San
Francisco for the north with the south of the Marin
Country, near of sausalito golden grate its also the
largest bridge ever made.
z
This is the tallest building ever made in Usa, a
few years later the world trade center make
the new record but 10 years later this was
demolisted that cause that the empire stare
building was the tallest buildy once again.
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 As in the rest of the artistic disciplines, the theater created in the
United States was born in the beginning as an imitation of the
European, especially English, dramatic tradition. However, he
soon acquired a tone of his own that would reach its peak in the
twentieth century, with the Nobel Prize of 1936, Eugene O'Neill
(1888-1953) and other writers of the stature of Tenesee Williams
(1911-1983 ). Today, the United States is the most important
professional theater center in the world, and there is a
proliferation of companies, workshops and theater schools
covering all kinds of genres.
TOURISTIC PLACES OF
UNITED STATES
GROUP #5
Touristic places of united
states
U.S.A CULTURES
Mount Rushmore
▪ It is a monumental sculpture carved between 1927 and
1941 in a granite mountain located in Keystone, South
Dakota (United States) containing the faces of 18 meters
of height of the U.S. Presidents George Washington,
Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham
Lincoln. Were carved by the Danish sculptor-american
Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum. This
monument commemorates the birth, growth, conservation
and development of this nation.
Grand Canyon
▪ The Grand Canyon is located in northern Arizona and is
one of the great tourist attractions in the United States.
▪ Carved over several million years by the Colorado River,
the canyon attains a depth of over 1.6 km (1 mile) and
446 km (277 miles) long.
▪ The Grand Canyon is not the deepest or the longest
canyon in the world
Manhattan
What to see in Manhattan
Little Italy:
Madison Square
Garden
MoMA - Museum of Modern
Golden Gate Bridge
The pier and San Francisco Bay
Houseboat in Sausalito on San Francisc
San Francisco backs
Niagara Falls
▪ Situated between the state of NewYork and the province of Ontario.
▪ Niagara Falls is one of the most spectacular natural wonders on the
North American continent.
▪ Niagara Falls is actually three different falls, the American Falls,
BridalVeil Falls and Horseshoe Falls.
Las Vegas Strip
▪ Las Vegas is situated in the midst of the southern Nevada
desert landscape.
▪ Casinos can be found throughout Las Vegas
▪ It features giant mega-casino hotels, decorated with
lavish care and attention to detail to create a fantasy-like
atmosphere.
White House
▪ The White House in Washington DC is the official
residence and office of the President of the United States.
▪ It was built between 1792 and 1800 and first used by President John
Adams.
Walt Disney World
▪ Orlando, Florida, is a hub of amusement parks, but none
is so popular as Walt Disney World.
▪ Many travelers don’t realize that Walt Disney World is
actually made up of several distinct theme parks,
including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios,
Animal Kingdom and the Blizzard Beach Water Park.
Venice Beach
Its canals and beaches are spectacular
Venice Beach Boardwalk.
This is a truly entertaining.
Performers juggle, dance, sculpt and sing for
passersby.
Shop for souvenirs, grab a refreshing drink.
Times Square
NewYear's Eve count down.
BustlingTimes Square, famous for its flashing
billboards.
And constant throngs of people.
lies at the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
The world’s most visited tourist attraction.
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Diapositivas ingles

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  • 2. NORTH AMERICAN CULTURES AMERICAN RELIGION AMERICAN FOOD AMERICAN SPORTS AMERICAN ART TOURISTIC PLACES OF UNITED STATES
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  • 6. Protestant Evangelicals Evangelical churches and religious groups are rooted in the eighteenth-century Protestant Renaissance movement, a period of intense religious activity, especially in the United States and England.
  • 7. Catholics The United States has the third largest Catholic population in the world (after Brazil and Mexico). Catholicism is the traditional religion of most Americans of Latin, Italian, Irish and Polish origin. The Religious Panorama Survey indicates that "the Catholic proportion of the adult population in the United States has remained constant in recent decades, by about 25 percent."
  • 8. PROTESTANT CHRISTIANS (EVANGELICAL) AND CATHOLICS Between 2007 and 2012, the proportion of adults who identify themselves as Christians has fallen from 78% to 73% and within them the percentage of those who declare themselves from a protestant church has dropped from 53% to 48% . Statistics
  • 9. Although Jews have been established in the United States since the time of the Colonies, most came from Germany and Eastern Europe in the nineteenth century, bringing with them various religious customs and forms of piety characteristic of these regions.
  • 10.  8% of New York residents are Jewish, followed by Boston with 6% and Miami with 5%, according to the data. Philadelphia and San Francisco have a population of 4% that is Jewish, and Chicago and Washington 3%
  • 11. The Mormon Church, officially known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was founded in the state of New York in 1830. According to its founder, Joseph Smith, the angel Moroni gave him the Golden Tables containing The Book of Mormon, which together with the Bible is the basis of the Mormon religion.
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  • 13. The first Muslim in North America that history records, was the early Spanish explorer of the XIV century Berber origin, Estevanan of Azamor. Historical records also show that many African slaves who were brought to the American continent were probably Muslim.
  • 14. The American Religious Identification Survey 2001 conducted by the Graduate Center of the City University of New York asked more than 50,000 people and found that the total American Muslim population is 1.8 million.
  • 15. Americans were first exposed to Buddhism after the California Gold Rush, when large numbers of Chinese immigrants began arriving in the United States. The first Buddhist temple was built in San Francisco in 1853.
  • 16. Protestant Evangelicals Evangelical churches and religious groups are rooted in the eighteenth-century Protestant Renaissance movement, a period of intense religious activity, especially in the United States and England.
  • 17. Catholics The United States has the third largest Catholic population in the world (after Brazil and Mexico). Catholicism is the traditional religion of most Americans of Latin, Italian, Irish and Polish origin. The Religious Panorama Survey indicates that "the Catholic proportion of the adult population in the United States has remained constant in recent decades, by about 25 percent."
  • 18. PROTESTANT CHRISTIANS (EVANGELICAL) AND CATHOLICS Between 2007 and 2012, the proportion of adults who identify themselves as Christians has fallen from 78% to 73% and within them the percentage of those who declare themselves from a protestant church has dropped from 53% to 48% . Statistics
  • 19. Americans were first exposed to Buddhism after the California Gold Rush, when large numbers of Chinese immigrants began arriving in the United States. The first Buddhist temple was built in San Francisco in 1853.
  • 22.  CHINESE- AMERICAN CUISINE Chinese-American cuisine is a type of fusion cuisine that comes from Chinese immigrants who traveled to the United States and North America during the nineteenth century.
  • 23. •This cuisine evolved into tastes and ingredients to the extent that dishes served in certain restaurants Chinese people in the United States reached their own entity.
  • 24. • In this process of adaptation, cooks invented dishes such as the General Tso chicken designed in New York. As a result, they developed a style of Chinese food that is not present in China.
  • 25.  French american cuisine • The gastronomy of France is considered as one of the most important in the world. It is characterized by its variety, fruit of the French regional diversity, both cultural and raw materials, but also by its refinement.1 2 Its influence is felt in almost all the cuisines of the Western world, which have been incorporating knowledge bases Technicians of French cuisine.
  • 26. • Traditionally, each region has its own kitchen: Northwest cuisine uses butter, crème fraîche and apple; • Southwest cuisine uses oil, duck fat, foie gras, mushrooms and wine; • The cuisine of the southeast is characterized by Italian influences and is served with the olive, the fine herbs and the tomato; • North cuisine is characterized by Belgian influences and is served from potato, pork, beans and beer; • The cuisine of the east, characterized by German influences, is served from bacon, sausages, beer and sauerkraut.
  • 27.  ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE Italian-American cuisine is a style of Italian cuisine adapted throughout the United States of America. Italian-American food has been shaped throughout history by various waves of immigrants and their descendants, called Italian Americans. As immigrants from the different regions of Italy settled throughout the various regions of the United States, many brought with them a distinct regional Italian culinary tradition. Many of these foods and recipes developed into new favorites for the townspeople and later for Americans nationwide.
  • 28. 1. PEPPERONI PIZZA • The pizza originated in Italy, but has been appropriated by the Americans as a favorite dish. But depending on where you are, the style of your za (an abbreviation for pizza in English) can vary a lot. For example, New York pizza has a thin crust while Chicago pizza is made with thick bread, and is known as deep dish in English. There are a variety of ingredients that can be put to the pizza, but the most popular in the United States is the pepperoni.
  • 29. 2. LASAGNE • Lasagne are wide, flat-shaped pasta, and possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. The word "lasagne", and, in American English, the singular "lasagna", can also refer to a dish made with several layers of lasagne sheets alternated with sauces and various other ingredients
  • 30. 3. MAC N CHEESE • Mac n 'cheese is the abbreviated form of macaroni and cheese, a typical pasta dish of macaroni and cheese. The mac n 'cheese is easy to prepare, especially if the box beams. All you have to do is boil the pasta, mix the ingredients with the dehydrated cheese package and in less than 10 minutes is ready. For this reason, it is impossible to find an American who has not eaten mac n 'cheese in his childhood. Cheese pasta is so popular that July 14 is the national day of mac n 'cheese in the US.
  • 31.  GUATEMALA- AMERICAN CUISINE In the United states they sell some Guatemalan dishes that are rich and we have some dishes like the kak’ik and the tortillas of cassava.
  • 32. LUNCH AND DINNER Guatemala food is influenced by it’s Mayan roots and primarily is based on corn, beans rice. Some popular Guatemala dishes include chiles relenos which is chile peppers stuffed with rice, cheese, meat and vegetables, chicken pepian, which is chicken spiced with pumpkin and sesame sauce, and kak’ik, a traditional Mayan turkey soup, with chili peppers.
  • 33. DESSERTS Traditional dessets in Guatemala include pastel de Banano, a rich banana cake, tortillas de yuca, a latke- type potato pankake made out of yuca. Popular desserts in the region, like arroz con leche, are also common.
  • 34.  ALEMANA- AMERICAN CUISINE • From the strips of meat cooked under the saddles of the Mongolian horses, until the creation of the Big Mac index used to measure a country's economic competitiveness, our beloved Burger has conquered kilometers, stomachs and hearts.
  • 35. BUT WHAT IS ITS ORIGIN? • Many are those who compete for the invention of this snack or sandwich of chopped meat. Tracing its more remote origin, in the Times Roman, in the time of Emperor Tiberius, are references to the "Isicia omentata", an easily transportable dish for legions, composed of a mixture of minced meat, wine white, bread, grains of pepper and pine nuts. In the middle ages, the mongol Emperor Genghis Khan extended "hamburgueseras" borders to Russia and Ukraine.
  • 36. • Trade led to these "prehamburguesas" to Hamburg, the biggest port of the old continent, where refined the recipe by introducing egg to the original mix for mincemeat. Starting point to the Americas, from there traveled to the premises of the port of New York, where they began to serve "steaks Hamburg- style" and to become popular among the immigrants settled in the Valley of the River. The truth is that it is not clear. There are several U.S. regions who take the invention. Among others, the city of Hamburg, in New York, which claims to the he invented this "meat sandwich", that was precisely this which gave name the city.
  • 37. The dishes are very consumed in the United States and these are traditional dishes because they represent the independence of the Fourth of July.. MEALS OF THE UNITED STATES
  • 38. FRIED CHICKEN This preparation is the favorite home of Americans. It is even known that he the favorite of presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Harry Truman. HAMBURGESAS The custom in the United States is to make them to the grill, mainly to celebrate the independence of his Country. One of the most famous and typical American is the hamburger BLT
  • 39. HOT DOG This is a classic of US food. Whether grilled or grilled if it is on a barbecue. The classic accompaniments are the onion sauce and the chile. RIBS IN BARBECUE SAUCE The Americans are the kings of the ribs and therefore are present in all their grills and celebrations. The way to prepare barbecue sauce varies by region.
  • 42. It is played between two teams of six players with skates on an ice rink. It is characterized by its great strength, speed and aggressiveness. This sport is played mainly in cold countries, which may have natural ice rinks, although there are countries that have created artificial tracks for this sport.
  • 43. Tennis in U.S.A Can be played individually against a single opponent or between two teams of two players each.
  • 44. Tournaments 2. Men’s tournament structure The Challenger Tour for men is the lowest level of tournament administered by the ATP. It is composed of about 150 events and, as a result, features a more diverse range of countries hosting events.
  • 45. Tournaments 3. Women’s tournament structure The first tiering system in women's tennis was introduced in 1988. The Premier events were introduced in 2009 replacing the previous Tier I and II tournament categories.
  • 46. The golf is one sport of highter tradition in the United States, the number Of who plays this sports is around 30 millons of people. There are 10,237 clubs in United States. Golf in United states
  • 47. Augusta National Golf Club is the club of golf more popular, like the best of United States of America. We going to show the best camps of golf of the United States even of the world, that are decorate with amazing landscapes.
  • 48. PINE VALLEY This camp of golf is so exclusive and is located in New Jersey, it was create by a group of players aficionated of Philadelphia. Cypress Point Club Is a club of private golf located in California. The camp is so famous for its serie of three whols that is aboard of the pacific ocean.
  • 49. Augusta National This resoursce is located in the Augusta city, In Georgia. Was created in 1933. The a year later recive the event THE MASTERS, knows like MASTERS OF AUGUSTA. Where the winer get a green jacket. Shinecock Hills This golf camp is located in New York. It has the house club more oldest of this country. It is famous for let ladies play in this camp since it was created.
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  • 51. Creation • This sport was created one hundred years ago as a modification of the england rugby, is one of the most competitve sports of contact of united states and is played in sixty countrys orund the world. This sport requires a great discipline, mental and phisic training.
  • 52. Principal objective of the game • The football is played for two teams, in the way that eleven players play ofensive and eleven players play defensive, the team that plays ofensive try to take the ball running or passing the ball to the touchdown area and make points. The defense have to evitate that this happen and try to stop the rival team. • If the team makes a touchdown i worths six point, two extra points if is a play or one extra if is a field goal.
  • 53. Foot Ball Soccer • The soccer its a sport really pasionate in all the world, but in the USA because they practice less that in ather places the soccer emerge in weembley and now has a lor of fans.
  • 54. SPORT THAT IS PRACTICED IN A SQUARE FIELD OF 30 M OF SIDE BETWEEN TWO TEAMS OF NINE PLAYERS EACH ONE; IS TO HIT WITH A BAT A SMALL BALL THROWN BY THE HAND BY AN OPPONENT AND TO CROSS THE PERIMETER OF AN INNER SQUARE OF THE FIELD PASSING THROUGH THE FOUR CORNERS OR BASES BEFORE THE RIVAL REGAINS CONTROL OF THE GAME; WINS THE TEAM THAT MORE OFTEN GETS IT ALONG THE NINE PARTS OR TICKETS THAT CONSISTS THE MATCH
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  • 59. z The USA Music Style In united states the music it’s something really important in the culture because this us a type of escape of the world this is something that help you to be out stress every people has his own favorite type of gender. In America the variety is music style is huge so this is not a problem when you need to find new music
  • 60. z Some of the Gender s that USA Have.  When we are talking about music in USA quickly we thing a lot but some of the most popular are:  Rock Music  Hip/Hop  Pop and R&B  Rap and Trap (Electro)
  • 61. z UNITED STATE SCULTURE Jacques lipchitz, chaim Gross and William Zuarch was one of the most important people in the sculture gender they make a new way of gramar. Other important aport of this gender they try to cover a lot of spaces, in some fields they try to innovate with new ways and shapes of sculture that help them to innovate in the sculture industry.
  • 62. z Important sculture of united states
  • 63. z The Golden Grate its a bridge located in the california this is a floting bridge this unite San Francisco for the north with the south of the Marin Country, near of sausalito golden grate its also the largest bridge ever made.
  • 64. z This is the tallest building ever made in Usa, a few years later the world trade center make the new record but 10 years later this was demolisted that cause that the empire stare building was the tallest buildy once again.
  • 65. z  As in the rest of the artistic disciplines, the theater created in the United States was born in the beginning as an imitation of the European, especially English, dramatic tradition. However, he soon acquired a tone of his own that would reach its peak in the twentieth century, with the Nobel Prize of 1936, Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953) and other writers of the stature of Tenesee Williams (1911-1983 ). Today, the United States is the most important professional theater center in the world, and there is a proliferation of companies, workshops and theater schools covering all kinds of genres.
  • 68. Touristic places of united states U.S.A CULTURES
  • 69. Mount Rushmore ▪ It is a monumental sculpture carved between 1927 and 1941 in a granite mountain located in Keystone, South Dakota (United States) containing the faces of 18 meters of height of the U.S. Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Were carved by the Danish sculptor-american Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum. This monument commemorates the birth, growth, conservation and development of this nation.
  • 70. Grand Canyon ▪ The Grand Canyon is located in northern Arizona and is one of the great tourist attractions in the United States. ▪ Carved over several million years by the Colorado River, the canyon attains a depth of over 1.6 km (1 mile) and 446 km (277 miles) long. ▪ The Grand Canyon is not the deepest or the longest canyon in the world
  • 71. Manhattan What to see in Manhattan Little Italy: Madison Square Garden MoMA - Museum of Modern
  • 72. Golden Gate Bridge The pier and San Francisco Bay Houseboat in Sausalito on San Francisc San Francisco backs
  • 73. Niagara Falls ▪ Situated between the state of NewYork and the province of Ontario. ▪ Niagara Falls is one of the most spectacular natural wonders on the North American continent. ▪ Niagara Falls is actually three different falls, the American Falls, BridalVeil Falls and Horseshoe Falls.
  • 74. Las Vegas Strip ▪ Las Vegas is situated in the midst of the southern Nevada desert landscape. ▪ Casinos can be found throughout Las Vegas ▪ It features giant mega-casino hotels, decorated with lavish care and attention to detail to create a fantasy-like atmosphere.
  • 75. White House ▪ The White House in Washington DC is the official residence and office of the President of the United States. ▪ It was built between 1792 and 1800 and first used by President John Adams.
  • 76. Walt Disney World ▪ Orlando, Florida, is a hub of amusement parks, but none is so popular as Walt Disney World. ▪ Many travelers don’t realize that Walt Disney World is actually made up of several distinct theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and the Blizzard Beach Water Park.
  • 77. Venice Beach Its canals and beaches are spectacular Venice Beach Boardwalk. This is a truly entertaining. Performers juggle, dance, sculpt and sing for passersby. Shop for souvenirs, grab a refreshing drink.
  • 78. Times Square NewYear's Eve count down. BustlingTimes Square, famous for its flashing billboards. And constant throngs of people. lies at the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The world’s most visited tourist attraction.