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What is greeces land mass?

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The mainland peninsula is a mountainous region with long, dry, hot summers. The rocky soil wasn't indeal for most types of farming, but Greeks have easy access to the sea, allowing for convenient trading, fishing, and traveling.

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With the vast percentage of its land comprised of hills and rugged mountains, Greece is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe. Approximately 70 percent of the land cannot be cultivated because of poor soil or because it is covered by forests or is too mountainous. Agriculture is centered in the plains of Thessaly, Macedonia, and Thrace, where corn, wheat, barley, sugar beets, cotton, and tobacco are harvested. Greece has farms, but much of the terrain is better suited for grazing for sheep and goats or for vineyards, orchards, or olive groves.

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Greece is around 51 thousand square miles in area. It is located on the Mediterranean Sea, and there are over 11 million residents.

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i have a sheet about ancient greece 30 questios and i want the answers how would i get them , can upls help me figure it out.

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Greece's mainland is a peninsula.

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