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Transcript of Macedonia
THE ENVIRONMENT HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION One thing is that the environment also affect the people in Macedonia is that it doesn't rain so much in the summer so the people get very warm there in the summer. An other thing is that it gets cold and then the people need to put on jackets. The humans are building cities in Macedonia and that takes up space so then the animals and plants don't have as much space any more.
They grow a lot of crops in Macedonia so that effects the soil there in both good and bad ways, it depends on how they grow there crops Macedonian 66.5%, Albanian 25.1%, Turkish 3.5%, Roma 1.9%, Serbian 1.2%, other 1.8%. LANGUAGES SECURITY CULTURE Religion
The major religions are Orthodox Christianity (66 percent) and Islam (30 percent), with small groups of Roman Catholics, Protestants, and atheists. Most Jews were deported and killed by the Nazis, but a few still live in Macedonia. students doesn't have parties at their houses, they usually go to a bar or discos to hangout or to just have a good time, this usually happens in the weekends. In Macedonia is very rude to clean after yourself when your at a guests house, they like to do everything for you. It might be seen as an offense way for them so don't do it! FOOD! the security is very tense in Macedonia. People really care about there own personal lives and are always aware of whats going on around them coffee is one of the most popular
drinks in Macedonia. PljeskavicaTypically two or more out of lamb, pork, beef or veal grilled with onions and served hot on plate with side dishes
Tulumba It is made from unleavened dough loom given a small ovoid shape with ridges along it using an 'icing' bag with a special nozzle. Traditional pljeskavica is made from mixture of ground meats.