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New Zealand
Fact File
Fact File
The map of New Zealand
The map of New Zealand
The geographical peculiarities
The geographical peculiarities
The geographical peculiarities
The geographical peculiarities
Its interesting to know
Its interesting to know
The geographical peculiarities
The geographical peculiarities
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Flora and fauna of New Zealand
Rivers and mountains
Rivers and mountains
Rivers and mountains
Rivers and mountains
Climate
Climate
Big cities
Big cities
Big cities
Big cities
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The population of the country
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The symbols of New Zealand
The political system of New Zealand
The political system of New Zealand
The political system of New Zealand
The political system of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
How to make dessert pavlova
How to make dessert pavlova
How to make dessert pavlova
How to make dessert pavlova
How to make dessert pavlova
How to make dessert pavlova
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Some details of culture of New Zealand
Wellington
Wellington
Auckland
Auckland
The Tasman Sea
The Tasman Sea
Bungee jumping in New Zealand
Bungee jumping in New Zealand

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1 New Zealand

New Zealand

2 Fact File

Fact File

Official name New Zealand (English); Aoteraoa (Maori) Capital city Wellington Largest cities Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin Total area 268, 680 sq km Population 4,116, 000 people Main religions Christian, Catholic Major ethnic groups Europeans, Maori, Pacific Islanders, Asian Consist of North Island, South Island, Stewart Island, Chatman Islands and minor islands Currency New Zealand Dollar (NZ$) Official language English, Maori Nationality a New Zealander (the New Zealanders) Form of government parliamentary democratic monarchy Natural resources land (for farming, dairy farming, cattle breeding), forests Flag the New Zealand Flag Internet TLD (top-level domain) .nz International dialing code + 64

3 The map of New Zealand

The map of New Zealand

New Zealand lies between the Equator and the South Pole in the southern Pacific Ocean, near the eastern coast of Australia. New Zealand is an island country with a total area of 268, 680 sq km. It has no land boundaries. Australia is New Zealanders nearest western neighbour. These two countries are separated from each other by the Tasman Sea.

4 The geographical peculiarities

The geographical peculiarities

New Zealand is made up of three main islands the North Sea, the South Sea and the Stewart Island. The South Island is separated from the North island by Cook Strait.

The South Sea

The Stewart Island

The North Sea

Cook Strait

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The geographical peculiarities

There are also such smaller offshore islands as the Chatham Islands, Campbell Islands, the Antipode Islands, the Bounty Islands and the Auckland Islands.

Campbell Island

Chatham Island

The Antipodes Islands

The Bounty Island

The Kermadec Islands

6 Its interesting to know

Its interesting to know

New Zealand is 12 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). So, it is one of the first places in the world to see the new day. The Maori people call New Zealand Aotearoa, which is usually translated into English as The Land of the Long White Cloud. New Zealand is also called Godzone, Pig Isles, Shaky Isles, Quaky Isles, Maoriland and Kiwiland An interesting historical fact The name New Zealand came from Dutch cartographers, who called the islands Nova Zeelandia, after the Dutch province of Zeeland. British explorer James Cook adapted the name to the English language and the name became New Zealand.

7 The geographical peculiarities

The geographical peculiarities

Though the country is so small there are so many beautiful things that attract attention - volcanoes, subtropical rainforests, geysers, fiords, beaches, glaciers and high mountain peaks. New Zealand lies on the plates that make geological movements. Volcanic action still continues on the islands. Earthquakes are frequent here though they are not so damaging. The North Island has a number of large active volcanoes, among them is Ruapehu. The last eruptions were here in 1995 and 1996.

Ruapehu

8 Flora and fauna of New Zealand

Flora and fauna of New Zealand

Flora in New Zealand is very rich. There are about 2,000 species where 1,500 are endemic (which are only found in this country). It also has some of the oldest trees. Fauna in this country is also special. Long time ago, without enemies, some birds lost their ability to fly, and some insects became gigantic. Its interesting to know Before Europeans came to New Zealand there were no predatory animals at all. This was so good for many flightless birds. All wild mammals living in New Zealand at present were imported.

9 Flora and fauna of New Zealand

Flora and fauna of New Zealand

Many of New Zealands native animals are found nowhere else in the world: the kiwi its egg is about one fifth of its own weight the kakapo the worlds largest flightless parrot the tuatara the oldest living reptile Tuataras live for 300 years. They can be traced back 190 million years to the Mesozoic era

kakapo

tuatara

kiwi

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Flora and fauna of New Zealand

the biggest earthworms in the world the smallest bats in the world the only native land mammals in New Zealand the weta the heaviest insect in the world (70 gm and 20 cm long)

New Zealand bat

the weta

11 Rivers and mountains

Rivers and mountains

New Zealand is a very mountainous country. About one third of the islands is covered with mountains. The Southern Alps run along the western coast of the South Island and are the highest in New Zealand. Mount Cook is the highest mountain there (3, 050 metres above the sea level).

the Southern Alps

Mount Cook

12 Rivers and mountains

Rivers and mountains

Its interesting to know Sometimes New Zealanders say that the North Island means beaches and the South Island means mountains

New Zealands rivers are mainly short and swift. The longest river is the Waikato. There are many lakes on both islands as well. The North Islands volcanic interior contains New Zealands largest lake. Its name is lake Taupo.

Waikato

Taupo

13 Climate

Climate

New Zealand is known for its maritime climate which is quite good during the whole year. It is moist, temperate and is affected by latitude and the proximity of the ocean. Climate of this country has no extremes and no wide range of temperatures. The difference of winter and summer temperatures is about 10 degrees. That is why New Zealand is very attractive for tourists. Seasons here are reverse of the Northern Hemisphere like in Australia. Because of New Zealands wet and mild climate many inhabitants of the country are busy with farming and dairy goods production. There are heavy rainfalls in New Zealand all year round which is very good for cattle farming, sheep- farming, growing fruit, vegetables and flowers.

14 Big cities

Big cities

More than 85 per cent of the population of New Zealand lives in urban areas. The principal country cities are Wellington (the capital), Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Hutt City, Invercargill. Early in the 20th century the first four mentioned cities were almost equal in importance but then they started to develop rapidly except for Dunedin. Wellington is the capital of the country, its second largest city, the main port, the centre of finance and commerce and a sit of the government. It is situated on the southern coast of the North Island. The population of greater Wellington is about 350,000 people. Wellington has been the capital of the country since 1865.

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Big cities

An interesting historical fact Wellingtons nickname is the windy city. The first European name of the city was Port Nicholson named after a captain of the British navy who in 1839 bought the land from the local Maori tribe in exchange for blankets. In 1840 the first settlers arrived from Britain and called this settlement Britannia. And Britannia later became Wellington.

Auckland is New Zealands largest city and its former capital. It has a population of over a million people. Auckland was first established as the capital of the British colonial government. Despite the fact that Auckland is much larger than Wellington it is geographically less central. So, this was the major deciding factor for transferring the capital to Wellington. Christchurch and Dunedin are two main cities of the South Island. These cities are very much like British ones because of their atmosphere.

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The population of the country

the Maori , , . The population of New Zealand is over four million people. It is unevenly distributed. The main part of the population lives on the North Island which is obviously closer to the Equator and warmer. About 50 per cent of the population lives in four cities of Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.

Its interesting to know Arthur Lydiard, a New Zealander, invented jogging the method of building physical fitness by increasing stamina gradually through running slowly. Bungee jumping was also invented in New Zealand.

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The population of the country

Almost 70 per cent of the population is people of European (mainly British) background. And about eight per cent is the Maori, New Zealands indigenous inhabitants or Aborigines. There are also small minorities of Pacific Islanders and Asians. The Maori originate from a Polynesian people from south-east Asia. The exact date of Polynesian settlement on islands of New Zealand is unknown. It could be between 950-1130 AD. The Maori tribes had lived on the islands of New Zealand for hundreds of years before the white people came there. Abel Tasman was the first European explorer who saw New Zealand in 1642. But captain James Cook, an Englishman, was the first who first set foot on New Zealands soil in 1769. After his voyages Europeans began to come frequently.

18 The population of the country

The population of the country

An interesting historical fact

Before Europeans came to the island, the tribes of Maori did not have the name for themselves. They adopted the name Maori meaning normal to distinguish themselves from Europeans.

The tribes of Maori are well-known all over the world. The Maori are famous for their folk-songs and wood-work. They are often called Vikings of Sunrise.

19 The population of the country

The population of the country

In the 19th century there was a struggle between the Maori people and the British colonies. It was a series of the Maori Wars. Many of the Maori were killed and English settlers took their lands. Both English and Maori are official languages. English is more widely spoken, though the Maori language is now coming back thanks to the revival of their native language Maoritanga and Maori culture.

20 The symbols of New Zealand

The symbols of New Zealand

The symbol of New Zealand is the kiwi a flightless bird, native to this country. Kiwi has no tail, almost no wings and is about the size of a large hen. No other bird lays eggs so large in proportion to its size: the egg is about one fifth of its own weigh. It means that in many ways the kiwi does not look like an ordinary bird. It is rare and very much protected.

Its interesting to know:

The Kiwi as an emblem first appeared in the late 19th century. During World War I the name kiwi was used for New Zealand soldiers.

21 The symbols of New Zealand

The symbols of New Zealand

Today, New Zealanders overseas (and at home) are called Kiwis. The Kiwi is closely associated with the Armed Forces. The green fruit with the brown skin that we call kiwi is known as kiwifruit. They often call small children Kiwis. In elementary school there are such posters with the words: Be a tidy kiwi! The bird is now used in the coat of arms, crests and badges of many New Zealand cities, clubs and organisations.

22 The symbols of New Zealand

The symbols of New Zealand

As for the New Zealand Flag, the stars of the Southern Cross show countrys location in the South Pacific Ocean. The Union Flag shows that New Zealand was once a British colony.

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The symbols of New Zealand

The New Zealand and Australian flags have very much in common. The only difference is that the Australian Flag shows the stars of the Southern Cross in white colour on a blue field while the New Zealand Flag shows the stars in red on a blue field.

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The symbols of New Zealand

There are two national anthems of New Zealand and both have equal status. These are God defend New Zealand and God Save the Queen. The first one is always used on sports occasions.

New Zealands coat of arms

25 The political system of New Zealand

The political system of New Zealand

New Zealand is an independent state and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and the United Nations. This country is a constitutional monarchy. The British monarch is the Head of State but Governor-General, usually a New Zealander, represents the Queen by carrying out responsibilities. The government consists of the Governor-General, the Prime Minister who is the leader of the party in power, Cabinet (executive branch) and the Parliament (legislative branch).

John Key, the Prime Minister

26 The political system of New Zealand

The political system of New Zealand

The Parliament, contrary to the UK, consists of only one chamber the House of Representatives. There are 120 members. Its members are elected every three years. The chief political parties are the Labour Party, the National Party and the New Zealand First Party.

27 Some details of culture of New Zealand

Some details of culture of New Zealand

The culture of New Zealand is a mixture of different cultures: British, Aboriginal and other European countries. Today New Zealanders are highly educated and sophisticated urban dwellers. There is a cultural phenomenon in New Zealand known as kiwiana. You know that New Zealanders are called kiwis around the world after the native bird kiwi. Now their kiwi sense of humor, kiwi view of life make up Kiwiana, which is all the special things and details that show their national identity, their kiwi nationhood. Kiwifruit, for example, was once known as Chinese gooseberry, but the fact that it was imported from New Zealand made world call this fruit kiwifruit.

28 Some details of culture of New Zealand

Some details of culture of New Zealand

There is a famous New Zealand dessert called pavlova (meringue, cream and kiwi topping). It was invented as a tribute to the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova who toured to Australia and New Zealand in 1926.

29 How to make dessert pavlova

How to make dessert pavlova

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31 How to make dessert pavlova

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32 Some details of culture of New Zealand

Some details of culture of New Zealand

New Zealanders love water. They have a strong passion for ocean- going craft. New Zealanders have won many medals for yachting, windsurfing, kayaking and rowing.

33 Some details of culture of New Zealand

Some details of culture of New Zealand

Among the qualities valued by New Zealanders are individualism, self-reliance and a genius for invention. Long time ago first people in New Zealand dealt with isolation and the elements, so that it developed their ingenuity and made them multi-skilled. That contributed a lot to their character. They also have a strong sense of fair play and teamwork. New Zealand was one of the first countries who gave women the right to vote. The language in this country is close to Australian English with some elements of the Maori language.

34 Wellington

Wellington

35 Auckland

Auckland

Christchurch

Dunedin

36 The Tasman Sea

The Tasman Sea

37 Bungee jumping in New Zealand

Bungee jumping in New Zealand

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