Greece landscape

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Greece landscape

  1. 1. Landscapes in Ancient Greece By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  2. 2. Greece is a small country in south-east of Europe. Greece is near the Mediterranean Sea. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  3. 3. The main part of Greece is a peninsula. The rest of Greece is made up of islands. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  4. 4. Greece has a Mediterranean climate: winters are not cold and summers are hot and dry. There is not much *spring water in Greece. *spring water: water for people, animals and plants. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  5. 5. Greece landscape is very scenic. There are many mountains, valleys and coasts. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  6. 6. No part of Greece is far from the coast. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  7. 7. The Mediterranean sea looks blue and bright. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  8. 8. There are a lot of islands *surrounding Greece. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  9. 9. Greece is mountainous and the weather is hot and dry, so it is difficult to farm. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  10. 10. Grapes, figs, dry fruits and olives are some of the few plants which can survive Greece summer. Ship and goats are the animals which provide of meat to Greek people. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  11. 11. You can find many temples and runes from Ancient Greece in Greece landscape. By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra
  12. 12. Main facts: • • • Mediterranean Sea • Olives trees, figs, wine Sun Mountains By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra • • Ship and goats Ruins
  13. 13. Thanks to: • • • mrdonn.org primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk British Museum By Pili Biarge for Cuaderno de Maestra

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