الأحد، 21 مايو، 2017

تعبير انجليزي عن جزر المالديف

 تعبير انجليزي عن جزر المالديف
موضوع عن جزر المالديف
زر المالديف  نبذة عن جُزر المالديف  السكان  الاقتصاد
موضوع بالانجليزي عن جزر المالديف
معلومات كاملة عن المالديف بذة عن جزر المالديف ،
 معلومات عامة عن جزر المالديف ، تقرير شامل عن جزر المالديف ، تقرير عن جزر المالديف
عبير انجليزي عن جزر المالديف
معلومات عن جزر المالديف بالانجليزي
تعبير عن جزر المالديف بالانجليزي قصير
معلومات عن جزر المالديف باللغه الانجليزيه
معلومات عن جزر هاواي بالانجليزي
وصف جزر المالديف بالانجليزي
تعبير بالانجليزي عن جزيرة
موضوع عن جزر المالديف
تعبير عن جزر  ه بالانجليزي

The Maldives is a country in South Asia consisting of 1,199 islands, of which 202 are inhabited, located about 451 kilometers south of India. The land area is 298 km2 of the 21,372 , 72 km2 of the total area of the country, including the lagoons.2 The islands are grouped together in 26 atolls and three isolated islands in 20 subdivisions, also known as atolls, each bearing the name of a thâna letter.
Climate[
Overall the climate of the Maldives can be described as hot and humid. Temperatures range from 26 ° C to 28 ° C at night and between 30 ° C and 32 ° C during the day. The proximity to the equator and the ocean maintains a humidity of between 70% and 90%. The temperature felt, also called Humidex Index, often exceeds 40 ° C, but the heat is tempered by the constant presence of slight sea breezes which make tourism holidays so pleasant. The same can be said for sea water, which, thanks to its transparency and color, joins a temperature that never falls below 27 ° C and therefore allows the existence of a thriving underwater life. The temperature of the water, which is generally higher than that of the ocean surrounding the archipelago (thanks to the strong sunshine of the low waters of the lagoons), favors the presence of submarine flora and fauna as numerous as lush.
Population and society [
Demography[

Evolution of demography between 1961 and 2003 (FAO figure, 2005). Population in thousands of inhabitants.
The capital Malé, home to more than 75,000 people, is overcrowded3. The entire surface of the island is covered with buildings. To remedy this problem, the government has created an artificial island by pumping sand from the bottom of the sea. On this island, which is expected to house 100,000 inhabitants, the buildings are under construction. It was raised 2 meters above the sea to compensate for a possible rise of the waters.
The inhabitants of the Maldives do not usually live on the islands destined for tourism, which are entirely occupied by luxurious holiday villages; They are concentrated in the capital or in some islands of the atolls.
Economy[
Before the period of mass tourism (which brings about a million visitors annually), the only resources of the archipelago came almost exclusively from the sea, especially from fishing: an abundance of fish, favored by relatively warm waters, Shallow and well oxygenated by the currents, has for centuries been exploited to the maximum by the inhabitants, who have focused their economy and way of life on fishing. Today, one-fifth of the archipelago's workforce is active in the fisheries sector, which supplies one-sixth of the gross national product3. The fishy waters of the ocean are full of tuna and mackerel. Particular varieties are the sailboat and the so-called "Maldives fish", a kind of tuna which, dried and smoked, is mainly exported to Sri Lanka.
Culture
The population is compulsorily Muslim, the State religion is Islam25 and the legislation is based on Sharia. Other beliefs are forbidden to citizens26 and foreigners must not exhibit them in public. It is forbidden to introduce:
objects of other religions of any kind (insignia, books, statuettes, etc., including memorabilia from India or Ceylon, for example, which are often reported by Tourists on a group trip Ceylon-Maldives or Southern India-Maldives):
• alcohol, pork, etc .;
• erotic magazines or objects.
As the country can not do without the economic contribution of tourism (essentially Western) these objects, when they are detected at the passage of the customs at the international airport located on the island of Hulhulé near the island- Capital of Male, are deposited at the arrival of their owner and are returned to him when he leaves.
Folklore
Folk dances in costume are accompanied by traditional music performed with percussion instruments such as "bodu beru" or "grand tambour", the national instrument of the Maldives, "thaara", "bandiyaa" Jehun "or" kadhaa maali ". The ensemble of musicians generally includes four or five percussionists who accompany the dancers of rhythms clearly influenced by African music. The movements of the dancers, at first slow and soft, become more and more frenetic as the rhythm of the music increases. The "bodu beru", the best of which are produced in the atoll of Felidhoo, are made in the hollow trunks of the coconut palms and covered with stingray skin, a fish of the ray family.
Food and drink
The basic ingredients of Maldivian gastronomy are fish and rice. The most substantial dishes, consisting of rice and "roshi" (unleavened bread), are known as "long eat" and are based on, among others, tuna or fried sardines and "valo mas" Smoked fish. The "hedhikaa", is said to be "short eat", consists in an assortment of sweet and savory appetizers, usually served at the bars counter.

The coconut juice still green, called "kurumba", gives a delicious and refreshing drink, while the "raa" is the lymph of the palm tree, which is drunk hardly extracted.

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