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Milan- the city of interests
Transcript of Milan- the city of interests
Now, let's start with the physical characteristics of Milan! THIS WAY, SHALL WE Natural Vegetation In Milan, there is a lot of maize,
wheat, and sugar grown. As well, there are a lot of poplar , chestnut and evergreen trees that you can find. The Parco Agricolo Sud Milano is a surrounding park of Milan used of Milan used for safeguarding and to promote all other agricultural activities in Milan! It is 47,00 hectars! Farming and mining are mainly present in Milan But, in the vicinity of Milan and in
some places in Milan, huge forests
of beech, pine, fir, oak, yew, ash, maple, wild oak and other trees can be seen! The average high temperature /year is 17.2 C
The daily temperature is 12.5 C
The average low temperature/year is 7.8 C
On an average in a year, Milan gets 37.13 inches of rain
The average percent of humidity in a year is 76.8%
In a year, Milan gets 1,915.1 hours of sunshine( July being the most)
January, is their coldest month, January and December is their most humid, July is their hottest month , Milan gets 85.5 days of precipitation, and November is the month with most rain. The climate in Milan is very interesting, the
precipitation, humidity and sunshine rates
are relatively fasinating. Click to find out... CLIMATE GRAPH OF MILAN This following graph displays the minimum and maximum temperatures per month, each month. This following graph displays
the sunshine that is present
in Milan, Italy through out the
SUNSHINE GRAPH OF MILAM
Hello, there, welcome to your tour guide of
the majestic Milan! In this tour guide you will
learn about Milan's Physical Characterisitc like
Vegetation, Lanforms, Animal Life, and Climate.
As well as it's Human Characteristic's like ethnicity,
Languages Spoken, Religion, Architechture,
Landmarks, Must see's, to do's and Modes of Trans-
portation. LANDFORMS CLIMATE
Milan is located
at 45 degrees North
9 degrees East Milan, Italy, 45 N, 9 E Milan is exactly 183.77 km2, well, this is 83km 2
bigger than Richmondhill! Milan, unlike other Italian places
has an extremely flat terrain. As well, Milan is locates in the Padan Plain.
The Padan Plain is a prominent geographical feature of Italy. It stretches out approximately 650 km in an east-west direction, it runs from the Western Alps to the Adriatic Sea. There are NO major hills and mountains besides the Alps, generally located in Italy ANIMAL LIFE Milan and all of Italy,
is roaming with various
interesting animal life existion Peregine falcons Muflonis(wild goats) Frogs Pallegerino Hawk The Imperial
Crow The Corsican
Seagull Cormorants WOLVES Marsican brown bear red deer
Roe deer Appaenie wolf Wild cat Chamois Wild boar Ibex Animal Life is currently diminishing
due to human impacts These animals are present depending
on the different times and weather Finishing the Physical Characteristics of Milan,
let's board on down to the HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS LANGUAGES SPOKEN Mostly, in Milan, people mostly speak
Italian through social and linguistic
communication. As well, some people in the west speak Lombardy can speak Insubric. A very complicates Septentrional dialect is commonly spoken too. RELIGION Milan's population, as a whole is mostly Catholic. Other religions include
Protestant " An exceptionally large and elaborate Gothic cathedral on the main square of Milan, the Duomo di Milano is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the second largest Catholic cathedral in the world. The Milan Cathedral is one of
the most important churches in
all of italy. There are few remains of the ancient Roman colony that later became a capital of the Western Roman Empire. Milan has very eccentric, beautiful
and unique architecture that changes
the name to GEORGRAPHIC AND
ARCHITECTURAL LANDMARKS! VITTORIO EMANUELE II The Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II) is the most elegant location to shop or dine in Milan Italy. Built in the 1870s, the building was designed by Giuseppe Mengoni and is famous for its glass ceiling and art. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is located on Piazza del Duomo in the heart of Milan Italy. MILAN CATHEDRAL An exceptionally large and elaborate Gothic cathedral on the main square of Milan, the Duomo di Milano is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the second largest Catholic cathedral in the world.
LA SCALA OPERA HOUSE The La Scala Opera House and Museum is located near the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall on Piazza della Scala. La Scala is one of the world's most famous opera houses and features some of Italy's finest singers.
The La Scala Opera House and Museum is located near the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall on Piazza della Scala. La Scala is one of the world's most famous opera houses and features some of Italy's finest singers.
PIAZZAA DEL DUOMO This is Milan's main square, several other landmarks, like the Galleria
Viotto and the Milan Cathedral are located here. The tall clock tower
is Via Mercanti. SFORZA CASTLE The castle is a huge Renaissance palace located
in Milan. The Civiche Raccolte d' Arte Antica Museum
is actually INSIDE of the castle CIVICO MUSEUM Milan's Contemporary Art Museum is located in the Royal Palace
CASTELLO FOUNTAIN , and is one of the most artistically brilliant art museum in the world! This pretty fountain, is a great stop for tourists and it can be found right in front of the Sforza Castle. MILAN CLOCK TOWER Yes, just like an England and other famous geographic attractions, Milan possesses its
own clock tower that stands with pride. It can be found in the Via Mercanti. PARCO SEMPIONE Sempione Park is Milan's 116 acre, fun-filled, natural park is located between the
Sforza Castle and the Piazza Sempione. Visitors can enjoy, what nature has to offer! VIA MERCANTI Honestly, this is one of the busiest cities in Milan, and probably all of the world!
It connects Piazza del Duomo and Piazza Corduiso, now you can see why! PALAZZO REALE( Royal Palace) The Royal Palace is located on the Piazza del Duomo in Milan opposite of the Il Salotto di Milano (Milan's Drawing Room). The Contemporary Art Museum (Civico Museo d'Arte Contemporanea) and the Duomo Cathedral Museum are literally inside of the castle! ATTRACTIONS
ARCHITECTURE MILAN IS KNOWN
IT'S ATTRACTIONS Milan attractions extend far beyond its fame as a fashion capital; there are many museums, cathedrals and galleries to visit, as well as the Milan Aquarium and the Orto Botanico di Brera gardens. 2 1 3 4 5 Teatro alla Scala The Sforzesco castle is one of the most palacial, magnificent places you can ever be in. It is a great building that is the host of some very famous art pieces. It holds museums of ancient art, applied art, archaelogy, and antiques ( the 4 A's). As well there is a beautiful fountatain that stands proudly right outside the building.
If you are into arts and crafts, then don't come here! This isn't just
mere paper, scissors and glue art, this is oil and extremely art. Though, they are all on in this old church/ museum; you can detect the unique sense of this wonderful place! This is the Santa Maria delle Grazie, home of Leornado Da Vinci's " The Last Supper"! ENJOY 1 2 3 4 5 some include... specifics include.... and the famous
soccer field for
A.C MILAN- THE SAN SIORO MUST DO'S IN MILAN MUST SEE'S IN MILAN Okay, first of all, you must
enter the most beautiful
church ever created- The
Milan Cathedral "Metro – Like many big cities around the world, Milan has a subway system.
Tram – The other main rail-based transport in Milan is the city’s network of trams. There are more tram lines than subway lines, and depending on where you are in the city these can be really convenient to get where you’re going.
Bus – Milan’s buses cover many of the same areas that the Metro and trams do, but they also go a bit further than those other two transportation methods.
Bike Sharing – Milan’s bike sharing program is called BikeMi, and there are stations throughout central Milan. Once you’ve signed up, you punch in your code and select a bike from the available ones at that station.
Car/Limo- Of course, cars exist in almost every place there is, including Milan, but cars and limos here are mostly Italian, so some are more odd-looking that the ones we are used to." and I hope that you have enjoyed your tour guide of Milan, Italy! MILAN OVERVIEW-W/E THEMES OF GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY THEMES OF GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY Location/Place- Milan is located in Northern Italy, Europe at 45 N and 9 E
Region- Milan is in at the heart of the Po basin and is in the Lombardy region
Environment- Milan is generally neat, with safe environmental compartments
Interaction- Milan is a very friendly place with various community events and fashion shows where people can creatively interact verbally, physically and mentally
Movement- You can arrive to Milan on a plane, and in Milan there is a bike system, trams, trains, subways, buses, cars and limos.