Western Europe Maps with Administrative Territories (Germany, France PPT editable Maps)

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69 region maps, 60 icons (31 slides)

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Editable maps of western continental Europe countries France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Last three countries are often called DACH region. Those western EU and EEA country compose strong economical representation of European Union (with exception of Switzerland that is only part of EEA, not EU).

Presentation of all those countries contains maps with provinces administrative division, capital and country facts such as population or GDP. So you can present a map with locations of activities, transport or meetings. This PowerPoint template contains text placeholders and call-out boxes with basic economical data of those European countries. You are free to modify it, add your own descriptions.

  • Outline maps of Europe and France + DACH countries: French Republic, Germany, Austria and Switzerland included also maps with administrative territories (cantons, provinces) and capital city location pins for each country
  • French flag, German Flag, Swiss flag and flag of Austria
  • Geographic location placeholders, icons and hand-drawn arrows to present specific place on a map e.g. capital and districts, POI or regional meeting plan
  • Country macro-economy symbols & data: population, density, GDP, capital, transport, production, distribution
  • Fully editable maps, vector icons, arrows

Content

Set of vector maps editable in PowerPoint of four Western Europe countries with administrative division.

Those European countries compose hearth of Europe economical power within European Union and European Economical Area. Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland share similar location and economic actvities.

You can use those maps to present supply chains, company headquarters or offices. You can present on the map the travel and meetings plans, location of factories logistics routes by adding various POI icons or arrows between locations and regions, adding transportation means.

For each country we added overview of main geographical and political data, including capital location, GDP, population and area data. You can use these slides to analyze the local European market, for example.

We added a bunch of map placeholder, that allow you to draw influence regions e.g. around major cities, add data values in those influence radius, create legend with various color categories etc.

Icons for showing localization and logistics on maps:
  • Pins and flags for indicating a place
  • Handdrawn arrows for showing routes and journeys
  • Transportation icons: Truck, Train, Plane, Ship, Bus, Lorry for illustrating logistic routes on the European continent
  • Production pictograms: Factory icon, Production facility icon, Production gears icon
  • Distribution pictograms: Distribution centre icon, Wholesale icon, Consumption Retail shop icon
  • City pictogram: Capital icon, Big city icon
Examples of PowerPoint maps visualization:
  • Supply Chain Routes from point A to point B and C over EU regions (by arrows over a map)
  • Transportation routes: flights and trains across the western Europe
  • Production and distribution routes from a factory to distribution center and retail shops
  • Distribution pictograms: Distribution centre icon, Wholesale icon, Consumption Retail shop icon

Further information sources on countries data

Acronyms used

  • GDP – Gross Domestic Product
  • PPP - Purchasing Power Parity
  • sq mi – square mile
  • km2 – square kilometer

Editable elements

Fully editable vector shapes by using built-in PowerPoint tools, including
  • editing texts
  • editing maps (color of the fill and outline, style - gradient, with outline, shadow, reflection)
  • arrows and icon pictograms: changing fill color, size, style (gradient fill, outline, shadow, reflection)
  • all elements are transparent (charts, maps, flags, arrows), you can put them behind or above your content
See editing demonstration in our HowTo Videos.

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