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خارطـــــــــة أوروبـــــــــــا – Interactive Map of Europe

Posted by Mourad Diouri on January 22, 2008

European Map

Explore the European Map in Arabic interactivly

What you can see in the map:

  1. Names of European countries in Arabic
  2. Facts & Figures about Europe
  3. For each country:
    • Population -السكان
    • Geography – الجغرافيا
    • Political System – النظام السياسي
    • Economy – الإقتصاد

Explore the map اكتشف أوروبا من خلال الضغط على الخارطة

Source of realia : Deutsche Welle دويتشه فيله


4 Responses to “خارطـــــــــة أوروبـــــــــــا – Interactive Map of Europe”

  1. hilary said

    The maps good – shame it doesn’t extend to the middle east though.

    Surely, there must be interactive maps somewhere online – I will post them as soon as I find something. I remember Encarta Encyclopaedia has interactive world maps including the middle east. – Mourad

  2. shabana said

    the best one – ‘An-Nimsa’ is Austria! Apart from that the Arabic names are pretty similar to the english ones. Republic becomes ‘Jumhooriyyah’ as in ‘jumhooriyah il-tasheek’ (?) for the Czech Republic

    Population of Germany (Almanya) is 82.5 million, 231 people per km2. borders with Belgium (Belgika), Denmark (Daenemark), France (Faransa), Autria, Poland (Bolanda :)), Switzerland (Sweesera), and the Czech Republic. And its a parlimentary democracy (Demokratiyya barlamiyya). I don’t get economics so didn’t really understand what this section said, bar that 1 euro has 100 cents !!!!

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