By Devon Graham (Greece)
The Capitals Of Greece: The capitals in Greece are Sparta and Athens.
What the Greece Flag represents: The blue and white cross symbolizes Greek Orthodoxy, the established religion.
Major Land forms: Two land forms are Shipwreck Bay Kos-Volcano
Major Landmarks: Two major landmarks are The Acropolis and Olympia.
Major Bodies of water: The Black Sea, The Red Sea, Caspian Sea, Persian Sea
Who is the leader?: They Have a President and his name is Prokopis Pavlopoulos.
How are the leaders chosen?: They vote but kids and slaves can not vote.
The rights, roles, and responsibilities of the citizens?: You can not vote they have slaves but you are aloud to roam freely.
What is their main export?: The main export is Bauxite
Greece life expectancy, birth rate, literacy rate, and the drinking water resource.
Life expectancy: 80.63 years Birth Rate: 1.34 per women literacy rate 97.47% the drinking water resource is good.
Their major language: the people in Greece mainly seek greek
Holidays in Greece: Feast of St Basil, Easter, Labor Day and the feast of flowers, these holidays are just a hand full of holidays in Greece their are many more.
What is the main religion?: The main religion in Greece is Orthodox Catholic.
Popular Food in Greece: They Have Octopuses, Feta and Cheese, Moussaka, and many more in Greece.
Average Yearly Rain Fall: The average rainfall in Greece is 27% a year
Average yearly temperature: The yearly temperature is 40-100- degrees
What effects the climate has on the country: Not much is usually warm but Greece's land is mostly dead or really dry. So its hard to get to the resources
Parthenon is a vary old temple that was under construction but half of it was burnt down. Not much else is know about the temple because it was never finished.
Compare and contrast
Most people in Greece speak Greek
The USA has a Federal Republic
Most people in the USA speak english