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New Zealand

To my dear Marga
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carlos fernandez

on 30 March 2017

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Transcript of New Zealand

Temperature
New

Zealand
's average temperature drops as you get closer to the south. January and February are the hottest months, while July is the coldest month of the year. During the summer, the average maximum temperature varies between
20 and 30 ° C (70 and 90 ° F)
, and in winter, the minimum varies between
10 and 15 ° C (50 and 60 ° F).
Geography
Spectacular
glaciers
, picturesque
fjord
s, rugged
mountains
, vast plains, extensive hills, subtropical forests, a volcanic plateau and miles of coastline with wonderful sandy beaches - all this you will find here. No wonder
New
Zealand
is becoming so famous as a movie filming destination.

Located in the Southwest
Pacific
, New Zealand consists of two main islands: the North Island and the South Island . Stewart Island and many smaller islands are found on the coast.
The people
With a history that combines
Maori, European, Asian and Pacific Islander culture
,
New

Zealand
has become a mixed population, but with characteristics that make it unique in the world.

Geographically, more than three quarters of the population live on the North Island and one-third of the total population lives in Auckland. Most of the remaining New Zealanders live in the other major cities: Wellington, Christchurch and Hamilton.
¿How it began?
The oldest rocks in
New

Zealand
are more than 500 million years old and were once part of
Gondwana
. This huge supercontinent began to divide around 160 million years ago, and New Zealand separated from it about
85 million years ago.
Thank you!
History
Maori
were the first to arrive in
New

Zealand
; They arrived from
Hawaiki
in canoes about
1000 years
ago. A Dutchman, Abel Tasman was the first European to sight the country, but it was the British who included New Zealand in their empire.
In
1840
, the signed Treaty Waitangi , an agreement between the British Crown and Maori. This document established British law in
New

Zealand


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New

Zealand
is a small country, similar in size to Great Britain or Japan. With a population of only
four million
inhabitants, it is also a wonderfully sparsely populated country.
New

Zealand
is a great place to visit with nice people and beautiful
landscapes
.
New
ZeAland

Culture
First travelers
More than
400 years
before
Christopher Columbus
and the rest of Europe bothered to fall on the edge of the world, the Maori people traveled thousands of miles across the vast and unknown Pacific Ocean in small canoes to become the first inhabitants of Aotearoa
New

Zealand
. To this day, Maori culture is a central element of New Zealand's national identity.
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