There are mountains and lakes located in Italy. Italy also features 14 volcanoes, including Etna, Stromboli, Vulcano, and Vesuvius which are active volcanoes.
Apennine Mountains run down the center of Italy. :]
Physical geography is a branch of Geography; the main branches of Geography are Physical and Human, these are mainly taught at school level. Physical geography relates to the natural environment.
how are physical geography and human geography similar.
The mountains in Italy make it harder for people to go from one side of the peninsula to the other.
I'll assume you mean "Does geography include physical geography and human geography?" Yes, physical geography and human geography are areas of study within the wider area of study of geography.
Italy is northwest, mostly west, of Greece.
What are some examples of physical geography
Ralph C. Scott has written: 'Essentials of physical geography' -- subject(s): Physical geography 'Physical geography' -- subject(s): Physical geography 'Instructor's manual to accompany Essentials of Physical Geography'
NAPLES phsical geography mount vesivius is near and their may be some rivers.But of course there is the bay of naples which is known for its amazing beauty. naples is probably the most impressive scenery spot in italy...
Physical geography is natural geography, not human geography. It covers a range of topics such as volcanoes, rivers and farming.
define: human geography
what are the advantages of europes physical geography
Human geography teaches about human beings and their accomplishments, while physical geography teaches about the physical world we live in
Physical geography is that branch of natural science which deals with the study General Geography.
The difference between physical geography and population is population refering to humans and physical geography refering to land.
3 and they are; >Environmental geography.>Physical geography.>Human geography.
physical geography and human geography
Human Geography Physical Geography
I do believe the physical geography is pretty mountious..
the physical geography for brazil has rivers, mountains, forests and oceans.
geography is often described as an interdisciplinary field of study since it consists of many fields such as physical geography and human geography.Under physical geography and human geography,there are other subfields such as climatology and geomorphology for physical geography and cultural and population geography which are under human geography.
Physical geography is the way the earth is 'set out', hills etc., geography in general is study of the earth so they do link :)