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I. The Geography of Europe. A. Western Europe. A. Western Europe. A. Western Europe. B. The Continent of Europe. Europe is a peninsula . Almost all of Europe within 300 miles of coastline. C. Land Features of Europe. Rivers aided trade and travel

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b the continent of europe
B. The Continent of Europe
  • Europe is a peninsula.
  • Almost all of Europe within 300 miles of coastline
c land features of europe
C. Land Features of Europe
  • Rivers aided trade and travel
  • Wide rivers like the Rhine separated people and different cultures developed
  • Seas/Rivers gave Europeans protection from enemies
  • Mountains ranges made it difficult for one group to rule all of Europe
section 1 daily lesson notes 5

I. The Geography of Europe (pages 325–326)

Section 1-Daily Lesson Notes 5

How did the mountains affect people in Europe?

The mountains separated people, so different cultures developed independently. The mountains also made it difficult for one person to rule all the kingdoms in Europe.

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