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New zealand presentation 1.2

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New zealand presentation 1.2

  1. 1. NEW ZEALAND
  2. 2. Newzealand
  3. 3. NORTH ISLAND COOK STRAIT Wellintong is the capital of New Zealand. SOUTH ISLANDThe population rouds about4,428,016 people.
  4. 4. MAORIS(Glimpse - New Zealand Maori culture.)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uIiDHgrDh0&feature=related
  5. 5. KAPA HAKA:It´s a traditional maori performance artform.It includes: HAKA: it´s a posture dance POI: it´s a dance accompampained by song and rhythmic movements. WAIATA-A-RINGA: are action songsSince 1972 there has been a regularcompetition TE MATANINI organizated byThe Aotearoa Traditional Maori perfonming arts society...............................................................................................................................TOHUNGATANGA:It´s the maoris religionn, the believe in TE AO MAORI.The british colonised under european rules and their christian believes.………………………………………………………………………………………........Maori have been involved in new zealand politics since the declarationof independenceof new zealand(1835) to the signing of the threaty of waitangi in 1840.Maori have reserved seats in the parliament since 1868.
  6. 6. THE TREATY OF WAITANGI It was a treaty of the british and the maoris. It promes to protect Maori land if Maoris recognize british rule.
  7. 7. ABEL TASMANDutch navigator, explored New Zealand in 1642. He traveled 3 times to the New Zealand island, beginning in 1769. JAMES COOK Britains annexed the islands in 1840.
  8. 8. Traveling to new zealand…•  Go hiking:•  New Zealand is a country of spectacular and diverse beauty.•  You can walk through rainforest, along golden- sand beaches, at the foot of mountains and up mountains.
  9. 9. Traveling to new zealand…•  Go kayaking.•  Paddle the dark waters of an ancient fiord or the sun-filled calmness of a South Island Sound. Lift your adrenalin with a whitewater rush or lift your soul with a pod of dolphins.
  10. 10. Travelling to new zealand…•  Go scuba diving.•  See the world of beauty and wildlife underwater that is so different but no less spectacular than the world above the water.
  11. 11. Travelling to new zealand…•  Go bungy jumping.•  It s New Zealand most traditional thing too do.
  12. 12. AUCKLAND Auckland is New Zealands largest urban area with a population of over 1.5 million people. It is not the capital, it was at one time, but the capital was moved to Wellintong. Auckland is the centre of commerce and industry. Auckland is the biggest polynesian city in the world, and this cultural influence is reflected in many aspects of life.
  13. 13. WELLINTONG THE CAPITAL OF NEW ZEALANDAs the capital city, Wellington acts as the countrys cultural,administrative and political hub. It is the storehouse for the nations historic, cultural and artistictreasures.
  14. 14. CHRISTCHURCH Christchurch enjoyed the largest collection of Gothic architecture in the country, with Christchurch Cathedral, the Canterbury Museum, Christs College School, and the former University of Canterbury, which was converted to the cultural centre of Christchurch, the Arts Centre.

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