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Transcript of AUSTRIA
With-in the country it has nine independent federal states
Austria was settled in prehistoric times
Overrun by pre-Roman times by various tribes including the Celts.
Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence
Agency, n.d. Web. 15 Apr. 2015.
Austria is made up of many different religions such as:
Roman Catholic 73.6% Protestant, 4.7%
There are many languages here such as:
Ages 15 and older can read and write
Austria is located north of Italy and Slovenia
Austria is slightly smaller than Maine is a landlocked country
Some of Austria's natural hazards are...
"Basic Facts on Austria." Austria.info. N.p., n.d.
Web. 15 Apr. 2015
Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 17
Austria's climate consists of...
Cloudy, cold winters with frequent rain, and some snowfall in lowlands and mountains
They have moderate summers with occasional rain showers
Austria's government is a federal republic
- leader of the government
Capitol - Vienna
Population - 8,223,062 (July 2014)
Austria was once called Austria-Hungary
In the Central Powers with Germany and Italy
A Serbian assassin shot and killed Archduke Fransis Ferdinand which then Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia
vehicles and parts
lumber and wood
paper and paperboard
How did Austria-Hungary break up?
High casualty rate
Eventually, the defeat of WW1 and rebellions at home caused Austria-Hungary to break up
Styrian Pot Roast - grated apples, horseradish, and caraway potatoes
Sacher Torte - famous Austrian chocolate cake
Tafelspitz - boiled veal
Veal - calf meat