The endless Steppe

Esther Hutzig

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warsaw and Vilna in Poland

We can see than Vilna is not in poland it is outside.
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Moscow

Moscow is the capital of Russia and Rubtsovsk it is so far.
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Rubtsovsk

It is the most remote city of the four and is an isolated city.

the importance of cities

Should be mentioned because Vilnius is the city of his old home and Rubtsovsk is her first destination and her future home after being excluded. After the Battle of Warsaw, the Soviets withdrew from Poland, and handed control of Vilnius to Lithuania. After the failed Putsch of August 1991 in Moscow, the country's independence was internationally recognized and accepted by Moscow. And because all some teachers worked at the University of Moscow.

Importance of Climate and Geography of Sovietic Union, Poland and Germany.

Climate and Geography of Sovietic Union.

The geography of the Soviet Union describes the geographic features of the countries of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The Soviet Union was the largest country in the world, covering approximately one sixth of the earth's land surface. It was two and a half times the size of the United States, and only slightly smaller in land area than the entire continent of North America. It covered most of the northern half of Asia and a large part of Eastern Europe, extending even into the Middle East. About one quarter of its territory was in Europe, and the rest in Asia. The territory of the USSR was dominated by the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic - having the same borders as contemporary Russia - which covered roughly three quarters of the surface area of the union. Sovietic Union had Very long and cold winters with temperatures of -20 C.

Climate and Geography of Poland.

Temperatures are low in general. Winters are cold, and cool, rainy summers, although there may be warm periods. The annual temperature variation exceeds 20 ° C, between -3 ° C in the coldest month (January) and 18 ° C of the warmest month (July), on average. The absolute maximum vary between -27 and 35 ° C. Poland, a country the size of New Mexico, is in north-central Europe. Most of the country is a plain with no natural boundaries except the Carpathian Mountains in the south and the Oder and Neisse rivers in the west. Other major rivers, which are important to commerce, are the Vistula, Warta, and Bug. Generally speaking, Poland is an almost unbroken plain reaching from the Baltic sea in the north, to the Carpathian mountains in the south.

Climate and Geography of Germany.

Germany's climate is temperate and marine, with cool, cloudy, wet winters and moderate warm summers and in the south occasional warm wind. The greater part of Germany lies in the cool/temperate climatic zone in which humid westerly winds predominate. In the northwest and the north, the climate is extremely oceanic and rain falls all the year round. Winters there are relatively mild and summers comparatively cool. In the east, the climate shows clear continental features; winters can be very cold for long periods, and summers can become very warm. Dry periods are often recorded. Germany is a country in west-central Europe, that stretches from the Alps, across theNorth European Plain to the North sea and the Baltic sea. Germany has the second largest population in Europe (after the European part of Russia) and is seventh largest area.
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