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Latin America:

Cusco, Peru

Sacred valley.

The Sacred Valley is a valley in Peru's Andean highlands. And it borders the ancient city of Machu Picchu. I would want to go there because I like to hike tough trails. It would be a great adventure.

Havana, Cuba

The Acuario Nacional de Cuba

Acuario Nacional de Cuba a.k.a. Dolphin square is an aquarium in Havana. It opened on January 23, 1960 and business is still booming today! I would absolutely love to go there because dolphins would be my favorite animal of all time.

Negril, Jamaica

Dunns river falls

Dunn's River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The Spaniards called the area "Las Chorreras" Which means waterfalls or springs. It is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island. I would want to go there because swimming is my passion and also I like to hike put those together and you find yourself climbing up the Dunn river falls.

Europe and Russia:

Paris, France

Eiffel tower

The Eiffel Tower is a tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. I would want to go there because of the view from the tower. I love to take pictures of the sky. It's something I really enjoy doing.

Surin, Thailand

Ban Taklang Elephant village

This area that has plenty of food for the retired war elephants. Surin province is known for it's annual worldwide elephants festivals. Every year the festival attracts many visitors from around the world. There are also elephant rides available so you can view and experience Thailand the way it was. I would want to go there because I adore learning history about old culture.

Vik i Myrdal, Iceland

Church and the incredible northern lights

Northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, meaning “north wind of the dawn,” brighten the night sky in a pretty colorful way. I would want to go here because I love to take pictures of the sky. Also it would look really pretty as my home screen on my phone.

Q&A

What Is Geography? Geography is a study of Earth, People, and their interaction.

In the first place, Earth has many physical features. In Geography we are learning about all the continents like Asia, or Australia, and even Antarctica, and the people that live there. We will also be learning about bodies of water like oceans, lakes, and also streams. In addition people study maps and where places are on Earth. People do this because when they're talking about places like states, cities, and continents too, they both know what they're talking about, and it gives them a sense of direction. Also we are learning about interaction that people have with Earth. For example people in Alaska where warmer clothes and go fishing for food V.S. in the Amazon people don't have to wear that many clothes and they would get their food from the trees. In conclusion, Geography is really important because it teaches us how people and different things relate to Earth.

The sun and the earth are big parts of geography.

A Good Citizen

Good citizens have certain expectations that they will take care of certain things and perform personal duties. There are several requirements to be considered a good citizen, such as paying taxes or always following the law. Paying taxes and paying for government services and public works are examples of personal duties. Good citizens also have social responsibilities like speaking their minds without harming others or being registered to vote. When voting people should be informed about the issues they are voting for. And it's important for a good Citizen to be part of a community by being involved in public affairs.

Being a good citizen has a lot of responsibilities.

What is the difference between unlimited unlimited forms of government?

Limited government is when governments have checks and balances in place so that the people in charge will not abuse power. In an Unlimited government, the government could have too much power, and they could end up abusing it because there are no checks and balances. An example of Unlimited government is dictatorship. North Korea is an example of dictatorship. In this type of government, there is one leader and he or she controls everything. When he or she makes a wrong decision there are no other branches of government that can change it. A leader in an Unlimited government can take advantage of their position. In an Limited government many checks and balances exist. Examples of these are Constitution and rule of law. Constitution is an example of a limit to government because it is a rule book for a country. The Constitution tells us the rights and responsibilities citizens have. The Rule Of Law is another example of a check or balance because everyone in the country has to follow the law, including the president and or leader. Because citizens have to follow the law

Unlimited and Limited government are so different that the form of government itself has no similarities.

Centripetal Forces allow the EU to work together. The EU has a common market that unites its nations. The common market allows goods and workers to travel more freely across the border. The creation of the EU trading bloc connects to Europe. This connects EU to more power and wealth in comparison to other nations. EU nations cooperate with each other for one economic goal.

The centripetal Forces allows the EU to work together.

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