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Pais Vasco

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madison schlamb

on 17 October 2012

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Pais Vasco By: Alejandro Delk y Adriana Schlamb Major cities The capital of Pais Vasco is Vitoria-Gasteiz its in spain in the world, Its climate is moist and temperate, forests cover 54% of the total area, there is a substantial proportion of pasture land, and is one of the main centres of private banking in the country, washed by the Bay of Biscay.
Geography Government Type of government: devolved constitutional monarchy government Head of Government: Patxi Lopez Official Language: Euskara Official Language:
Euskara Another language is casellana (modern spanish) major imports are soybeans Major exports are oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes Population There are 2,184,606 people in Pais Vasco. They are called the Basques in English. They are called vascos or vascas in Spanish. The religion is Cathilic! Stereotypes Stereotypes: People say Pais Vasco is sun, sand, and sangria, but it is so much more! Works cited: http://www.spanishdemension.com/regions/paisvasco.html http://www.whatspain.com>about spain http://www.mongabay.com/history/spain/spain-crops.html http://www.mongabay.com http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/aragon-basque-country-and-navarra Some other cities are: Bilbao, Pamplona, San Sebastian, and Logrono
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