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Transcript of sweden
The people in
mostly live in the central and southern part, because it's not as
there and in the southern part there is a more pleasant climate.
Denmark has many,many islands, it consists 482 nearby islands. More than half the people in Denmark live on those islands. Denmark is on the far west and north of Europe, its a very small kingdom and it is almost surrounded by water. Denmark's neighbors are Sweden, Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, Norway, and the Netherlands.
Denmark's climate is very nice. The west winds warm Denmark in the winter and cool Denmark in the summer. The temperatures in the winter are about 0 degrees Celsius and can drop to -7 to -9 degrees Celsius.
The temperatures in summer are about 17 degrees Celsius and the
warmest it can get is 24 to 28 degrees Celsius, it can get hotter than that,
but only in especially hot summers. Denmark gets a yearly average about
24 inches of precipitation.
Denmark has green farmlands, blue lakes, white coastal beaches, and many short rivers. Denmark has many, many farmland in fact farmland covers two-thirds of Denmark's land. Since Denmark has many farmlands a good job would be to become a farmer and the best part about being a farmer is not stressing about finding a place to live when you can build a house on your new property! If you are not interested in being a farmer, don't worry there are plenty of jobs in the city, like being a factory worker or maybe a architect or a constructor, Denmark needs plenty of those workers for building buildings and beautiful castles.
which ones which?
Now that you have learned about
Sweden Denmark Norway, Finland.
what country is the best?
which country has the best interesting fact?
OUR COUNTRIES ARE
BY: GABRIELLE M. AND LESLIE A.
is next to
. Absolute location is 62 N and 10 E.
People live mostly in
Most of the reason would be it is the capital of all the Kingdom (of
). It is also the
The most average
is probably from
stays in a range of
That would just describe the
, though. Most people would be surprised that in the summer(July mostly) it can reach to about
Fahrenheit which is pretty hot.
it may not be to us but in the North where it
a lot and is by the "
"that can be considered as
It is much
in the northern part of
than the southern part of
. If you love
and love long
then you should move to northern
, if not then you should move to southern
. The physical features
Natural Resources: Sweden produces large amounts of paper because the land is full of forests.
Industrial Region: he iron and steel
industry produces high-quality steel. the high-quality steel is used for products such as ball bearing, stain-less steel goods for homes, and precision tools, which help people in Sweden to fix things and build things.
Trade/Currency: Sweden's impact on trade is paper because Sweden can produce many amounts of paper and earn a lot of money for it. Sweden's main trading partners are Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Denmark is poor in natural resources, but must try to sell enough of its products or its natural resources to other countries in order to pay for the fuels and metals they get from their industries. Denmark must get the fuels and metals to give to the stores who give them to the people in Denmark. The people then use the fuels and metals in any way they need to use them, like for their homes or other buildings.
The people in Denmark mostly live in the urban areas of Denmark. They mostly live there because the cities dominate the economic and social life of Denmark. The current population of Denmark is 5,569,077.
Since Denmark has many farmlands it has many farms. The farmers produce diary products such as milk and cheese. Diary products are also very important to Denmark. Farmers also produce barley, potatoes, rapeseed, sugar beets, and wheat. Most of Denmark's crop production is used for livestock feed.
Community, government, insurance, real estate, and business services are the Denmark's leading service industries. Denmark's factories produce high-quality goods such as electronics and furniture.
.Denmark uses factories to make things easier and faster and
to make money out of all the products.
Denmark's main trading partners are Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.Denmark exports more than it imports. Denmark's main exports include machinery, meat and other food products, and petroleum products. Denmark imports food, machinery, petroleum products, and transportation equipment. The Danish Krone is the official currency for Denmark. That is all and i hope you choose to stay at Denmark.
1/8 area many islands.
is primary agriculture and the
region produces the
That's a whole meal right there!
Trade and Currency:
The currency is
is equivilent to $1.00 American dollar.
is Europe's largest exporter, it trading partners
Sweden, Denmark, Finland
create jobs in
petroleum, natural gas, iron ore,
Location: Russia, Sweden, Norway. Absolute location is 60 North, and 23 East.
Natural Resources: Forrest, wood, peat, copper, zinc, iron, nickel, silver, gold, granite, limestone.
Agriculture Regions: Barley, Wheat, Hay, Oats, Rye, Sugar Beets, Potatoes. Poultry, cattle, reindeer, sheep.
Physical Features: Rivers, Mountains, Lakes.
Climate: In July 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and February 16 degrees Fahrenheit 18- 28 inches of snow or rain a year.
Trade and Currency: Finland uses the Euro. One Euro is equivalent to .68 cents.
Population Density: 5,268,799 primarily in urban cities.
Population Density: The people in Sweden mostly live in the urban areas of Sweden. the current population is 9,723,809. 83 percent of the people live in the cities and 17 percent of the people live on the countryside.
Farmland covers less than
10 percent of Sweden's land.
So farming is not so popular in
Sweden. Also in some parts in
northern Sweden it is too cold
even grow crops.