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Central Europe

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Leslie Robles

on 24 January 2013

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Central Europe About Central Europe Central Europe is one of the continent's most populous regions the continent
It's culture is mainly tied to German culture and language
It includes the Alps mountain range which stretches through Austria and Slovenia in the east, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, & Germany,
Central Europe is known for its history in cold war climate includes maritime and continental air masses

natural resources:
*coal *oil *copper *gold *silver
*iron *gas *timber *salt *soil

Physical Landscape: Many mountains, plains, peninsula's, oceans Czech Republic Austria Germany Hungary Liechtenstein Poland Solvakia Slovenia Switzerland Physical Features include:
Pannonian Plain
Cappathian Mountains
The Alps
The Baltic Sea
The Dinaric Alps
Carpathian Mountains
Bohemian Massif The Alps Czech Republic Switzerland Hungary The European Economy most likely relies on there natural resources such as Oil, Gas, and coal. Liechtenstein It was established in 1719 within the Holy Roman Empire
It became independent in 1866
It's a hereditary constitutional monarchy
It's common language is german and it's official religion is roman catholic
It's climate is continental Slovenia It became independent in 1991
It is a parliamentary republic
the major language is slovenian and it's major religion is catholic
it has a Mediterranean climate climate is ideal, with no excessive heat, cold or humidity.
population of about 7.4 million
four national languages including French, German, Italian and Romansch. Natural Resources: bauxite, coal, natural gas, fertile soils, arable land
Climate: Continental with Mediterranean and Atlantic influences
Hungary has several rivers, the major two are Danube and Tisza.
The estimated population in Hungary is about 10 million. Czechoslovakia's communist regime fell in 1989, and the country split into two republics in 1993 -- the Czech Republic and Slovokia.
Czech Republic houses the Bohemian Massif which has an elevation of about 3,000 ft above sea level.
It has a total area of 79,000 square miles.
Its climate would include warm, dry summers and cold winters.
Czech is the main language but other languages spoken in the country include Slovak, German, Polish and Romany.
Slovakia Some physical features include Western range of Carpathian Mountains, Danube plain in south and numerous lakes and mineral springs .
It has a total area of 48,845 square kilometers.
It's climate would be cool summers and cold, cloudy, humid winters
The main language is Slovak but other languages spoken in Slovakia include Hungarian, Romani, Ruthenian, Ukranian
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