LOCATION
 Absolute Location  
Athens, Greece  38º 00' N, 023º 44' E 

LOCATION
Relative Location.
Greece is north of the  Mediterranean Sea, east of the Aegean Sea, and north Sea of Crete.

PLACE
 Human Characteristics 
Today, the holiday Easter is one of Greece's biggest holidays. Also, from ages 6-15 kids go to school. Most families that live in the city live in one story homes. The homes are built by several architects or building companies a floor with 2 or 3 small apartments are among the most common. Greece is still held by many small fashion boutiques along the high street of every barrow.

PLACE
Physical Characteristics
Well, there is the Sea of Crete and the Aegean Sea there are also lots of mountains.   

MOVEMENT
 People and Goods 
Lots of people and goods move by boats because there are many different islands in Greece. Also, among the citizens some people transport items on donkeys. They also export a lot of olives. 

MOVEMENT
Ideas
They use T.V. but there aren't many channels, they also use newspaper to get their current events.

HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
 Environment Affected Humans
Because Greece is very mountainous the people had to build their homes a lot different compared to the flat Illinois. Also, Greece is a peninsula, so a lot of people fish (fishermen), unlike people in Chicago.

HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
 Humans Affected the Environment
There are industrial smog and automobile exhaust fumes in metropolitan Athens. Over half of all industry is located in the greater Athens area. The following are dates are just a taste of Greece’s history of pollution: from June to August 1982, the air pollution became so oppressive that the government closed down 87 industries, ordered 19 others to cut production, and banned traffic from the city center. In July 1984, the smog again reached the danger point, and 73 factories were ordered to stop producing their products and cars were banned from the city. In January 1988, the number of taxis in the center of Athens was halved, and private cars were banned from the city's three main thoroughfares because of the smog. The smog regularly sends hundreds of Greeks to the hospital with respiratory and heart complaints. So basically, since the inhabitants of Athens, Greece created so much pollution to their environment, they, themselves are now suffering.

REGION
 In southern Europe there are lots of hills.