|Term Paper Title
|# of Words
|# of Pages (250 words per page double spaced)
Italy covers 116,320 sq. mi. (301,268 km). Italy lies in southern Europe on the
Mediterranean sea. It borders France, Switzerland, Austria, and Yugoslavia. The Alps form Italy's
northern and northwestern border. The Apennines occupy the center of Italy's boot-shape
peninsula. The highest elevation is 15,521 ft. 58,167,000 people live in Italy. Central and southern
Italy have hot summers and mild winters. Northern Italy has a slightly cooler summer than the rest
of the country. But it is much cooler in the winter time than the rest of the country.
HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTION
People in Italy wear many different types of clothing. In central and southern Italy people
wear short and long sleeves shirts and short and long pants. In northern Italy they wear long
sleeve shirts and long pants and wear heavy jackets. The natural resources that the people mine
are natural gas, marble, granite, feldspar, pumice, and sulfur. Many people come to Italy for
shopping, fine food, and great sking.
There are many ways to get around Italy. Train, bus, car, boat, and airplane. Train is the
best way to get around Italy. It's convenient, cheap, and fast. The original setters came from the
Holy Roman Empire.
Vegetation in Italy is very large. Many different tress grow hear. Olive, orange, lemon, palm, fig, date, pomegranate, and almond are just a few of them. Italy has fewer varieties
of animals than of plants. Some animals found in Italy are marmot, chamois, ibex, boar, wolf,
Read entire document