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EUROPE

Introduction to the magnificent Europe

Europe is a wonderful place to take your family, and enjoy the wonderful experiences it brings with it. From listening to amazing Greek traditional music, to trying new foods in France like coqauvin. Also, Don't forget the wonderful national landmarks that are in Italy, France, and Greece. If you wanted to take a trip around the world, you should defiantely stop in Europe to experience things you have never experienced before!


Greece

Facts About Greece

  • Government Type: Parliamentary Republic
  • Leader and Title: The Prime Minister Antonis Samaras
  • Limited Government
  • European Union Member
  • Historical Monuments: Acropolis, Athens
  • Population: 10,772,967
  • % Arable Land: 18.95%
  • Agriculture: Wheat, Corn, Barley, Sugar Beets, Olives
  • Human Environment Interaction: Greece is a peninsula, which provides plant of seafood.
  • GDP: $273.9 billion
  • GDP per capitola: $24,300
  • Currency: Euro
  • Famous Brands: AWT, Wind, Hand and Feet studio
  • Language: Greek
  • Religion: Greek Orthodox
  • Cultural Foods: Trahana, Pasteli, Makeronia Me Kima
  • Location: Southern Europe
  • Climate: Mild, Wet Winters, Hot Dry Summers,


Italy

Facts about Italy

  • Government Type: Republic
  • Leader and Title: The prime Minister Enrico Letta
  • Limited Government
  • European Union Member
  • Historical Monuments: Palladiah Villas
  • Population: 61,482,297
  • % Arable Land: 22.57%
  • Agriculture: Fruits, Vegetable, Grapes, Potatoes, Sugar Beets
  • Human Environment Interaction: Fish and Seafood
  • GDP: $1.813 trillion
  • GDP per capitola: $29,800
  • Currency: Euro
  • Famous Brands: Ferrari, Gucci, Prada, Dolce and Golbana
  • Language: Italian, German, French
  • Religion: 80% Christian, 20% Atheists and Agnostics
  • Cultural Foods: Pizza, Pasta, Parmesan
  • National Landmarks: Leaning tower of Pisa, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain
  • Location: Southern Europe


France

Facts about France

  • Government Type: Republic
  • Leader and Title: The Prime Minister Jean Marc Ayrault
  • Limited Government
  • European Union Member
  • Historical Monument: Notre Dame de Paris
  • Population: 65,951,611
  • % Arable Land: 33.45%
  • Agriculture: Wheats, Cereals, Sugar Beets, Potatoes, Wine Grapes
  • Human Environment Interaction: Coal, Iron Ore, Zinc, Uranium
  • GDP: $2.238 trillion
  • GDP per capita: $35,300
  • Currency: Euro
  • Famous Brands: Lancome, Sephora, Louis Vuitton, Dior
  • Language: French language
  • Religion: Roman Catholic
  • Cultural Foods: Baguettes, Wine, Coqauvin
  • National Landmarks: Eiffel Tower, The Louvre
  • Location: Western Europe