Mini Project

Peru, Cuba, Germany


A little village in the Andes Mountains that has a traditional type of economy. Since it's in Mountains, there is no fishing jobs around there. people have jobs as farming, and dairy.

Peru Facts

-Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn, and you can just about find it in any color including yellow, purple, white, and black

-the potato is originally from Peru, and there are over 3000 different varieties. Proud Peruvians use the phrase "Soy mas peruano quela papa" (i am more Peruvian than the potato.

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we are visiting a sugar cane plantation and cattle ranch. In Cuba, they have a command Economy, that means the government controls everything, no matter what your job is, it's all the same with all other people. So matter how hard you work, you get the same.
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CUBA facts

-Revolution Leader Fidel Castro breaks ties with US and allies himself with the Soviet Union

-Cuba takes Possible steps toward a new leader not Named castro

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we are visiting a Mercedes-Benz car factory in Germany and one of their elementary schools. In Germany, they have a mixed economy. The harder you work, the more money you make, so things are based on you. But the government are also a little involved in the economy, They provide support for medicals, and help us to have a happier life.
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Germany Facts

-Germany is the most populous European country (apart from Russia), with a population of 82 million.

-Germany's land area was over 50% larger during the Second Reich and included most of present-day poland and parts of Lituania.

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