Which states are peninsulas

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Workbook pages 14–17 Southern Europe South-Eastern Europe Eastern Europe Central Europe Western Europe Northern Europe 0 500 1000 km © Klett Europe, structure (width 120.0 mm, of which map 90.917 mm, height 78.00 mm, October 29, 2015) # 07705 SB, p.33, M6 M6 Large-scale structure of Europe according to cultural criteria and political boundaries BACDEF Island peninsula 0 500 1000 km © Klett Europe, islands and peninsulas (width 98.5 mm, height 85.716 mm, 08.09.2011) # 104205 SN 6 MS, p.10 , M1 Boundary European continents such as Africa or Australia can be very clearly delimited based on their outlines. It's difficult with Europe. Because of its broad land connection to Asia in the east, Europe can also be viewed as the peninsula of the double continent of Eurasia. The demarcation from Asia is often made by natural geographic features: the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the north coast of the Caspian Sea, the Manych Lowland, the Sea of ​​Azov, the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus. Orientation in Europe For better orientation, the continent is divided into sub-areas. The cardinal points serve as an aid. In order to find even more precise delimitations, further criteria are included. Geographical and political objects and terms are suitable for this, e. B. the Mediterranean is derived from the Mediterranean. Sometimes you will also find names like Baltikum or BeNeLux. M7 Islands and peninsulas I II III IV VI V 1 2 6 0 0 km 30 0 km 6 0 0 km 9 0 0 km 3 0 0 km 3 0 0 km 30 0 km Ocean Marginal Sea Inland Sea Mediterranean Sea Line equal coastal distance Strait 0 500 1000 km © Klett Europe, seas, straits, coastal distances (width 98.5mm, height 80.955mm, 1.12.2010) # 104022 SN 6 Gym, p.10, M2 M8 Sea structure, straits and distance from the Baltic Sea area on the east coast of the Baltic Sea south of the Finnish sea bosom; Countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania BeNeLux Short form for the common name of the three countries Belgium, Netherlands (Nederland) and Luxembourg 1 Give concrete examples of other cultures in your environment and make a table (country of origin, language, religion, ...). 2 Show how people from European countries maintain contact with one another. Give examples. 3 Determine further traces of Europe in the world as well as the world in Europe. 4 Work with the atlas: Name five European capitals that are close to the coast. 5 Determine the N – S and W – E expansions of Europe using the scale bar. 6 Work with M6 and the Atlas. a) Name the states that have shares in Europe and Asia. b) Name Europe's landlocked states. c) List which states are assigned to which of the six sub-areas of Europe. It's your turn d) Assign the following countries to major areas: A, F, P, RO, S, UA, RUS, CY, CH. 7 Create a table: letter / number island / peninsula sea / strait……… Enter the islands, peninsulas, seas and straits shown in M7 and M8 in the table. 8 Explain the terms Baltic and BeNeLux. 33 2 Common Europe - Diverse Europe For testing purposes only - property of the publisher öbv

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