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European Scavenger Hunt


Directions: maps. 1. Name the three most populous cities in Western Europe: a)

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2. What is similar about these 3 cities?

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3. Which is the only country that has land below sea level?
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4. This country is part of which region?

5. Name 2 countries with relatively low population density. a) Alc

6. Why do you suspect they have low population density?

7. Name 3 countries where a Germanic language is spoken.


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8. Estimate the percentage of Western Europe that has a Marine West Coast climate.

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9. Compare the economic activity map on page 277 with the population density map on page 273. What is the primary economic activity in the places with the highest population density.

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10. Compare the physical map of Western Europe on page 271 with the population density map on page 273. In what kind of land do most people tend to live?

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11. Which 3 groups of people contributed to the English language we speak today?

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15. The Industrial Revolution started in which country?

16. What does the Scotsman, Gordon Wilson, say about national boundaries? Do you agree or disagree? Why? (V f\! *

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17. What type of energy does Iceland use? Is this renewable or non-renewable?

18. The people in northern France are different from the people in southern France. Name 2 reasons why this might be so.
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19. Why was the Berlin Wall built? Why was it torn down?

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20. Germany has many more castles than most European countries. Why might Germany's history of disunion have caused this? (^n{tr #i t <

21. Imagine you are travelling on the subway (underground railway) in Vienna. If you wanted to get from Siebenhirten to Kagran, how many times would you need to change trains? v watt 3 22. At which stops would you change trains?

23. What is Spain's only navigable river?

24. When Spain traded with the New World, Seville was the port that all trade went through. Why might this be? c , > tj e QL<vjpr S > A - <-v -s crMu

25. Why does the Basque region of Spain have a strong sense of separatism from Spain? J 26. Why did Portugal's relative location change over the last 500 years? c)e , .

27. Which country on the line graph on page 337 had the greatest population growth from 1940 to 1990? Up x \O

28. Why does Greece rely heavily on sea transport?

29. Compare the maps on pages 352 and 353. Which areas tnat are inhabited by Slavs have the highest population density? "ID ( ^ ^ o )
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30. Using the railroad map on page 371, if you started in Prague and ended in Belgrade, which cities would you go through if you took the most direct route?

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