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Erasmus greek presentation

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Erasmus greek presentation

  1. 1. GREECE
  2. 2. THRAKI
  3. 3. Capital Komotini Area 8,578 km² Population 361,208 Density 43 people per km² Most of the residents are occupied with forestry, livestock and agriculture.
  4. 4. MACEDONIA
  5. 5. Capital Thessaloniki Area Covered 34,178 km² Population 2,487,447 Population Density 73 people per km² The main occupations are beekeeping, agriculture, livestock, tourism, metal factories, forestry, units of electricity production and industry.
  6. 6. THESSALIA
  7. 7. Thessalia a vital agricultural area, particularly for the production of grain, cattle, and sheep Capital City Larisa Area Covered 14,037 km² Population 732,762 Population Density 52 people per km²
  8. 8. EPIRUS
  9. 9. Residents occupy themselves with agriculture, livestock and tourism. Capital City Ioannina Area Covered 9203 km² Population 336,856 Population Density 37 people per km²
  10. 10. IONIAN ISLANDS
  11. 11. The region is a popular tourist destination
  12. 12. AEGEAN ISLANDS
  13. 13. Capital City Mytilene Area Covered 9,122 km² Population 508,206 Population Density 56 people per km² Aegean Islands’ main occupations are tourism, fishing and agriculture.
  14. 14. CENTRAL GREECE
  15. 15. Central Greece is a rural area. The main elements of its economy are agriculture, livestock, forestry, rich subsoil, tourism, fisheries and industry. Capital City Athens Area Covered 24,818 km² Population 4,591,568 Population density 185 people per km²
  16. 16. PELOPONISOS
  17. 17. Most residents are farmers and the main products of the area are olive oil, raisins,grapes and vegetables Capital City Patra Area Covered 21,549.6 km² Population 1,100,000 Population density 37 people per km²
  18. 18. CRETE
  19. 19. Capital City Heraklion Area Covered 8,336 km2 Population 623,000 Population Density 79 people per km² The economy of Crete is based on services and tourism. However, agriculture and stock breeding also plays an important role and Crete is one of the few Greek islands that can support itself independently. As in many regions of Greece, viticulture, beekeeping and olive groves are significant; oranges and citrons are also cultivated. Many residents cultivate out of season vegetables in greenhouses.

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