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Manila - geography.

Manila - geography. I INTRODUCTION Manila, capital, largest city, and chief seaport of the Philippines. The city is located on central Luzon Island, on the eastern shore of Manila Bay, at the mouth of the Pasig River, just west of Quezon City. It is the commercial, administrative, and cultural center of the Philippines. The Manila metropolitan...

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Mecca - geography.

Mecca - geography. Mecca, also Makkah (ancient Macoraba), city in western Saudi Arabia, located in the Al ?ij?z (Hejaz) region, near Jiddah. Mecca is the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad (the founder of Islam), the center of pilgrimage for Muslims, and the focal point of their daily prayers. In Arabic, the city is known as Makkah almukkaramah ("Mecca...

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Mexico City - geography.

Mexico City - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mexico City, capital of Mexico and the center of the nation's political, cultural, and economic life. Its population of 18.7 million (2003 estimate) makes Mexico City one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. It is also the seat of Mexico's powerful, centralized federal government. Much of the political...

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Montréal - geography.

Montréal - geography. I INTRODUCTION Montréal, city in Île-de-Montréal County, southern Québec province, Canada. The second largest city in Canada, Montréal is one of Canada's leading commercial, industrial, and service centers. It is also a center of Canadian intellectual and cultural life and the chief cultural center of the French part of Canada. Most of the

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Moscow (city, Russia) - geography.

Moscow (city, Russia) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Moscow (city, Russia) (Russian Moskva), capital and largest city of Russia, capital of Moscow Oblast, and the country's leading political, cultural, economic, and transportation center. Moscow lies on the Moscow River in the west central European part of Russia. The Russian rulers, or tsars, made Moscow their base of...

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Mumbai - geography.

Mumbai - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mumbai or Bombay (city), city in western India, capital of Mah?r ?shtra State and premier port of India, located on the Arabian Sea. Mumbai proper occupies a low-lying area that once consisted of seven islands separated from each other only during high tide. Dredging and reclamation projects, as well as the...

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New York (city) - geography.

New York (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION New York (city), the largest city in the United States, the home of the United Nations, and the center of global finance, communications, and business. New York City is unusual among cities because of its high residential density, its extraordinarily diverse population, its hundreds of tall office and apartment...

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Paris (city, France) - geography.

Paris (city, France) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Paris (city, France), city in north central France, the capital and largest city of the country. It is located in France's Île-de-France region, on the Seine River, 370 km (230 mi) upstream from the river's outlet on the English Channel. Paris is world-famous for its beauty and charm, and...

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Rio de Janeiro (city) - geography.

Rio de Janeiro (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Rio de Janeiro (city), city in southeastern Brazil, on the Atlantic Ocean, and the capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro. Its name is Portuguese for "river of January." This refers to its location near the entrance to Guanabara Bay, which appeared to be a large river...

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Rome (Italy) - geography.

Rome (Italy) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Rome (Italy), capital city of Italy and of Lazio (Latium) Region and Rome Province, on the Tiber River, in the central part of the country near the Tyrrhenian Sea. Vatican City, most of which is located in an enclave within Rome, is the seat of the papacy of the Roman...

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São Paulo (city) - geography.

São Paulo (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION São Paulo (city), city in southeastern Brazil, the most populous city in South America, and one of the largest cities in the world. The city is the capital of São Paulo state and the commercial and financial center of Brazil. It is situated among the hills of the Serra...

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Seoul - geography.

Seoul - geography. I INTRODUCTION Seoul, capital of South Korea (Republic of Korea), located in the northwestern part of the country on the Han River. Seoul is 31 km (19 mi) from the Yellow Sea port city of Incheon, and about 40 km (25 mi) from the border with North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)....

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Shanghai - geography.

Shanghai - geography. I INTRODUCTION Shanghai, city in eastern China, situated on the Huangpu River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, near the Yangtze's mouth to the East China Sea. Shanghai (Chinese for "on the sea") commands the entrance to the Yangtze River Basin, a large, populous, and economically productive region in central China. Shanghai is...

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Sydney (Australia) - geography.

Sydney (Australia) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Sydney (Australia), first permanent European settlement in Australia and today the country's largest metropolitan area, with about 4 million residents. Sydney is the seat of state government as the capital of New South Wales (NSW), Australia's most populous and economically important state. The city is a dynamic cultural center with...

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Berlin - geography.

Berlin - geography. I INTRODUCTION Berlin, capital and largest city of the Federal Republic of Germany. Administratively, Berlin also constitutes one of Germany's 16 states. Berlin became the capital of Germany in 1871, when the numerous independent kingdoms and principalities of Germany united to form a single nation-state (see German Unification (1871)). The city quickly developed...

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District of Columbia - geography.

District of Columbia - geography. District of Columbia, federal district of the United States, coextensive with the city of Washington, D.C., the national capital. It is situated on the Potomac and Anacostia rivers and has an area of 176 sq km (68 sq mi). Government departments and agencies are the major source of employment in the District. Other...

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Guam - geography.

Guam - geography. I INTRODUCTION Guam, island in the western North Pacific Ocean, unincorporated territory of the United States, largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands. It is 48 km (30 mi) long and a maximum of about 13 km (about 8 mi) wide; the total area is 549 sq km (212 sq mi). The capital...

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Line Islands - geography.

Line Islands - geography. Line Islands, group of coral islands and atolls, central Pacific Ocean, extending 2,400 km (1,500 mi) in a northwestern to southeastern direction; total land area 680 sq km (260 sq mi). Most of the islands belong to the independent state of Kiribati; these include Teraina (Washington), Tabuaeran (Fanning), and Kiritimati (Christmas) islands (the only...

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Midway Islands - geography.

Midway Islands - geography. Midway Islands, coral atoll consisting of two islets in the central Pacific Ocean, owned by the United States, located 2,100 km (1,300 mi) northwest of Honolulu, Hawaii. The islands were named for their location near the geographic center of the Pacific Ocean. The two islets comprising the atoll are Eastern and Sand; the atoll...

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Puerto Rico - geography.

Puerto Rico - geography. I INTRODUCTION Puerto Rico, freely associated commonwealth of the United States, composed of one large, densely populated island and several small islands in the West Indies. Officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico), it forms part of the Greater Antilles along with the islands of Cuba,

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Territory - geography.

Territory - geography. Territory, name given in the United States to a partially self-governing section of the national domain that has not been granted statehood. The major U.S. territories are the District of Columbia on the mainland; American Samoa and Guam in the Pacific; and the Virgin Islands of the United States in the West Indies. Puerto Rico,...

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Virgin Islands of the United States - geography.

Virgin Islands of the United States - geography. I INTRODUCTION Virgin Islands of the United States, group of 3 islands and about 50 islets, most of which are uninhabited, in the Lesser Antilles chain of the West Indies, east of Puerto Rico and lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The three islands, with...

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Wake Island - geography.

Wake Island - geography. Wake Island, formerly Halcyon Island, coral atoll, territory of the United States, central Pacific Ocean. It is a group of three islets (Wake, Peale, and Wilkes) that enclose a shallow lagoon. First sighted by Spanish explorers in 1568, the island was visited by the British in 1796. Wake Island was formally occupied by the...

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Athens (Greece) - geography.

Athens (Greece) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Athens (Greece), city in southeastern Greece, capital and largest city of the country. Athens dominates the economic, cultural, and political life of modern Greece. Athens is a sprawling city located on the Attic Plain of southeastern Greece. Mountains rise in a semicircle around the city. They include the peaks of...

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Baghd?d - geography.

Baghd?d - geography. Baghd? d or Bagdad, capital of Iraq, in central Iraq, on the Tigris River. Baghd?d is the center of air, road, and railroad transportation in Iraq. It is the leading manufacturing city of the country, with oil refineries, food-processing plants, tanneries, and textile mills. Among the handcrafted wares produced in Baghd?d are cloth, household utensils,...

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