GREECE .. This power point tells you about….. GREECE!
Famous Landmarks! This is a temple in Greece, people go to temples to worship their G-ds. The god or goddesses was represented by a cult image— usually a seated or a standing statue— which occupied the central place in the temple. In the early days they would have been made of wood but, over the years, more permanent and costly materials were preferred— stone or cast bronze. The finest, such as the great statues of Zeus at Olympia or Athena from the Parthenon in Athens (both by the Athenian sculptor Phidias) were of chryselephantine, a combination of gold and ivory. The statue of Zeus was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world.
Greek Food!!!!! This is a traditional meal for Greeks. They eat this on special occasions. Olives are very special in Greece! Because Athenina gave them the gift of the olive tree, that’s why the city Athens is named after her. This is some Greek food! Yum Yum!
The GREEK flag That is The Greek Flag!!
Where is Greece? IS IT HERE NOW ? IS IT HERE? The climate in Greece is typical of the central Mediterranean area; summers are warm and dry with plenty of sunshine, while the winter months remain mild, with some rain. Greece is in Europe. It isnear the Mediterranean Sea! ITS HERE! IS IT HERE?
CLIMATE! The average climate for Greece is 37`C. In winter the average temperature goes to about freezing point. In winter it is stormy and rainy, but in summer and spring its sunny days for Greece! Loving the sun out here!
Modern GREECE!!! GREECE HAS LOTS OF CULTURES AND THERE ARE LOTS OF G-DS POPULATION: 10,688,O53 3,216,2OO PEOPLE LIVE IN THE ATHENS 46% men, 54% women Among the religions in Greece, the largest domination is the Greek Orthodox Church. 81% Of Greek citizens believe there is a G-d. 16% Believe there is a spirit. 3% do not believe in anything.
CURRENCY!! Greek people use Euros as English people use Pounds. Many more countries use Euros as well as Greece. 500 Euros is the most you can spend with a Greek bank note.
fun facts! DID YOU KNOW…. . Some olive trees planted in the thirteenth century are still producing olives. .According to Greek mythology, Athena and Poseidon agreed that whoever gave the city the best gift would become guardian over the city. Though Poseidon gave the gift of water, Athena’s gift of an olive tree was deemed by the other gods to be more valuable. Greek alphabet
THANK YOU FOR READING!!!!! Thank you for reading this PowerPoint!!! Got to get back to Greece