Presentation on theme: "“He that travels far knows much.” J.Clarke. travelling Helps us to study foreign language Helps us to make friends Develops our imagination Gives us some."— Presentation transcript:
travelling Helps us to study foreign language Helps us to make friends Develops our imagination Gives us some movement Gives us adventures Helps us to go sightseeing Gives us knowledge about the country Helps us to learn about traditions and customs Develop our outlook Helps us to learn about culture
a federal subject of Russia is situated in the center of Asia borders on Kazakhstan, China and Mongolia has an administrative border on such subjects of the Russian Federation as the Tuva and the Khakass Republics, Altai Region and Kemerovo Oblast.
Overview The Altai Republic was established on June 1, 1922. –Region territory: 92.9 thousand km2 –Population: 207.1 thousand people. –Administrative center: Gorno-Altaisk –Distance from Gorno-Altaisk to Moscow: 3641 km –Urban population: 53.1% –Number of historical and architectural monuments: over 10000
land of rivers and lakes more then 20 thousand rivers the largest – the Katun, the Biya
The largest is the Teletskoye. It is 77 km.long. The maximum depth is 325 meters. More then 70 rivers flow into the lake.
The plant and animal worlds of our region are also very rich.
The largest river is the … … is the highest peak of Siberia. Belukha means “ …”. The largest lake is the... More then … rivers flow into the lake. The climate is...
The largest river is the Katun. Belukha is the highest peak of Siberia. Belukha means “ white”. The largest lake is the Teletskoye. More then 70 rivers flow into the lake. The climate is continental.