Where the Adritic Sea is located at
Physical Characteristics of the Adriatic Sea
Size- The clarity and transparency of the open sea reaches depths of 56 m whilst on the shore it is 5 m deep. The depth of the sea in the north (along the Istrian coast) is the shallowest at about 50 m, whilst at Palagruža (in the south) it reaches up to 250 m and around the most distant island of Jabuka it even reaches 1,300 m in depth.
Characteristics- The Adriatic Sea sits on the Apulian or Adriatic Micro-plate, which separated from the African Plate in the Mesozoic era
Vegetation- the have lots of coral, trees, water
Animal Life- the loggerhead sea turtle, dolphins, sea turtles,hippo,fish sharks,jelly fish
Climate- The average temperature of the sea surface in the summer months is between 22-27°C, whilst it is at its lowest in winter at around 7°C and in the spring it is a comfortable 18°C.
Loggerhead sea turtle
Languages-spoken in regions ruled by Balkan countries. With the exception of several Turkic languages, Hungarian, and Caucasian, all of them belong to the In do-European family.
Religion- The religion is inhabited by Albanians, Bulgarians, Bosnian, Croats, Gorani, Greeks, Macedonians, Mitten, Egrins, Serbs, Slovenes, Romanians, Turks, and other ethnic groups which present minorities in certain countries like the Romania and Ashkali. The largest religion on the Balkans is Orthodox Christianity, followed by Catholic Christianity Islam.
Political System-U.S. policy toward the Balkans is focused on helping the states of the region cement peace and build stability and prosperity by deepening cooperation and advancing their integration into Euro-Atlantic institutions, including NATO and the EU. The Balkans region has made tremendous progress, moving from war to peace, from disintegration to cooperative development, and implementing democratic, economic and defense-related reforms on the path to a Euro-Atlantic future. The United States remains committed to an integrated, free and peaceful Europe. Most of the republicans are parliamentary.
Economic Activities- their are not many people that live by the Adriatic sea because it would be hard with all the mountains. therefor the people that do live by the Adriatic sea a very few and are on very little resources.
Population Distribution- The Greeks are the most numerous of the Balkan peoples (around 10.5 million), followed by Serbs (9.5 million) and Bulgarians (6.5 million). The overall majority of inhabitants are of Slavic origin (around 27 million out of around 45 million). The language spoken most widely in the Balkans is Servo-Croatian, spoken by more than 16 million people.
Most of the area is covered by mountain ranges running from north-west to south-east. The main ranges are the Balkan Mountains, running from the Black Sea Coast in Bulgaria to its border with Serbia, the Rhodope Mountains in southern Bulgaria and northern Greece, the Dinaric Alps in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro, the šar massif which spreads from Albania to Macedonia, and the Pindus range, spanning from southern Albania into central Greece and the Albaian Alps.