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Transcript of New-Zealand
4. National Holidays
7. Christmas and Halloween
The capital of New-Zealand is Wellington.
Wellington the urban is
Wellington is the second most populous area from New-Zealand and it has 397,900 residents.
Wellington has a lot of nicknames like:Harbour City, Welly, Wellytown and The windy city.
Wellington is called The windy city because the wind is very strong there.
The National Holidays in New-Zealand are in April, July, October and de summer holiday from half December until the end of January.
If it is Christmas,Halloween or if they are other celebrations than they have Holidays too.
Also much people come to New-Zealand to celebrate Holidays.
The Nationale flag from Nieuw-Zealand is blue with red stars.
The stars represent the Southern Cross.
This constellation is also in include
the flag of Australia, Brazil flag, the flag
of Samoa and the flag of
Papua New Guinea.
In New-Zealand they have Christmas Kiwi-style
the typical colours of Christmas have a different meaning in New Zealand - red, green and white have nothing to do with snow, robins and holly bushes.
In the Kiwi Christmas version, red is for pohutukawa (New Zealand's Christmas tree) in bloom, green stands for lush tropical vegetation offering, and white represents the pale sandy beaches.
7. Christmas and Halloween
Halloween is a festival every year celebrated on October 31. It’s a great time for children to dress up in costumes and go door-to-door collecting sweets or money.
It is celebrated in much of the Western world, in particular the United States and Ireland, and is gaining popularity in New Zealand.
New-Zealand is a small country, similar in size to Great Britain or Japan. With a population of only four million people.
With a patchwork history of Māori, European, Pacific Island and Asian cultures, New-Zealand has become a melting-pot population - but one with some uniting features that make it unique in the world.
8. Famous sites to visit
New-Zealand by: Femke van Gestel, Ymke Reynaert and Amna Strojil.
3. Tongariro National Park
2. Bat of Island
1. Milford Sound
Eating and drinking habits
Christmas and Halloween
Famous sites to visit
Important Export products
Typical plants or animals
Anything else important or interesting
10. Important export products
Milk powder, butter, and cheese are New Zealand’s largest exportexport products, followed by meat. Australia is the largest market for export products, with almost a quarter of total export products and over twice the value of export products as China – New Zealand’s second-largest market.
12.Typical plants or animals
The native flora and fauna of New Zealand is unique having evolved in isolation for millions of years.
For example : the Kiwi, Morepork (New Zealand’s only surviving native owl), Kauri (a very old tree), Chatham Island forget-me-not.
There are no mammals, except for 3 kinds of bats.
13. Anything else important or interesting
Lord of the rings and the hobbit are filmed in New-Zealand.
The Franz Josef Glacier is a 12 km long glacier in Westland National Park on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand.
We hope you enjoyed our presentation and that you learned a lot about New-Zealand
Most of the people in
New-Zealand are monolingual. That means that they only speak one language and thats English. English is one of the three languages spoken and the other languages are New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) and Māori.
There are around 70,000 native speakers of Maori out of a population of over 500,000 Māori people.