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Athens (Greece) - geography.

Athens (Greece) - geography. I INTRODUCTION View of Athens Athens, the capital of Greece, expanded rapidly in the 20th century to cover nearly the entire Attic Plain, in the southwestern part of the country. As the city's population density increased, apartment complexes largely replaced traditional one- and two-story homes. Colin Dutton/4Corners Images - geography. Athens (Greece), city in southeastern Greece, capital and largest city of...

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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,......

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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 The Virgin Islands of the United States is part of the Lesser Antilles chain of the West Indies, located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. There are three main islands--Saint John, Saint Thomas, and Saint Croix--as well as about 50 small islets. The mountainous main islands...

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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, now a commonwealth,...

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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 ......

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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 ......

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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 northwes......

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Guam - geography.

Guam - geography. I INTRODUCTION Fertile Pacific Soil Although Guam has rich farmland such as these fields near Umatac Bay in the southwestern part of the island, large-scale agriculture is not possible because United States military bases monopolize much of the land. Subsistence farming, however, is practiced throughout much of Guam. Explorer Ferdinand Magellan is believed to have landed at Umatac Bay in 1521,...

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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). Governmen......

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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - geography.

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - geography. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, island group, commonwealth of the United States, in the Pacific Ocean, east of the Philippines and south of Japan. The approximately 16 coral and volcanic islands, including all of the Mariana Islands except Guam, comprise an area of 457 sq km (176 sq mi). The principal...

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American Samoa - geography.

American Samoa - geography. I INTRODUCTION Tutuila, American Samoa American Samoa is a group of seven islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. Tutuila, shown here, is the largest island, with an area of 143 sq km (about 55 sq mi). The island, of volcanic origin, is mostly mountainous. Jack Fields/Photo Researchers, Inc. - geography. American Samoa, unincorporated territory of the United States, formed by a...

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Tampa - geography.

Tampa - geography. I INTRODUCTION Ybor City, Tampa Ybor City, located in Tampa, is named after the famous 19th-century cigar factory and is a repository of Spanish-Cuban culture. Pictured here is the Siboney Building. William Bake - geography. Tampa, city on the west coast of Florida, seat of Hillsborough County. It is the central city of the Tampa-Saint Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area focused around Tampa Bay. Tampa...

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Tampa - geography.

Tampa - geography. I INTRODUCTION Ybor City, Tampa Ybor City, located in Tampa, is named after the famous 19th-century cigar factory and is a repository of Spanish-Cuban culture. Pictured here is the Siboney Building. William Bake - geography. Tampa, city on the west coast of Florida, seat of Hillsborough County. It is the central city of the Tampa-Saint Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area focused around Tampa Bay. Tampa...

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St. Louis (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Skyline of St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis,

St. Louis (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Skyline of St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis, Missouri, lies on the banks of the Mississippi River. The stainless steel Gateway Arch dominates the city's skyline. The arch, which rises to a height of 192 m (630 ft), was built in 1965 to commemorate the role of St. Louis as a gateway to the West. Owaki-Kulla/Corbis - geography. St....

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Seattle - geography.

Seattle - geography. I INTRODUCTION Seattle, Washington Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. Originally a logging town, Seattle has grown into a major city with a large and diversified economy. The city's skyline has grown, as well. The Space Needle, in the foreground, is one of Seattle's most famous landmarks. Marvin E. Newman/The Image Bank - geography. Seattle, city in west central...

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San Jose (California) - geography.

San Jose (California) - geography. I INTRODUCTION San Jose, California San Jose, California, is located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay. It is considered the capital of Silicon Valley, a nickname for a sprawling high-technology research and manufacturing area. This photo shows the Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose. Jeff Greenberg/The Image Works - geography. San Jose (California), city at the...

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San Diego - geography.

San Diego - geography. I INTRODUCTION San Diego, California San Diego's warm climate, ocean beaches, and cultural offerings attract year-round vacation and convention activity. The city is a major seaport, with significant shipbuilding and fishing industries. The city also has a diversified economy, led by major nearby military installations, which attracted an influx of new residents in the second half of the 20th century. D.C....

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San Diego - geography.

San Diego - geography. I INTRODUCTION San Diego, California San Diego's warm climate, ocean beaches, and cultural offerings attract year-round vacation and convention activity. The city is a major seaport, with significant shipbuilding and fishing industries. The city also has a diversified economy, led by major nearby military installations, which attracted an influx of new residents in the second half of the 20th century. D.C....

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San Antonio (city, Texas) - geography.

San Antonio (city, Texas) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Alamo, San Antonio In 1835 Texas residents initiated a war to gain their independence from Mexico. One of the war's most famous battles occurred at The Alamo, a simple chapel that formed part of a Spanish mission. A group of 187 Texan rebels, under pursuit by Mexican forces, retreated to The Alamo on February 23, 1836....

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Salt Lake City - geography.

Salt Lake City - geography. I INTRODUCTION Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City is the capital of the state of Utah. This view of the downtown skyline at night features the Mormon Temple, completed in 1893, and the Wasatch Mountains rising behind the city. Salt Lake City Convention and Visitors Bureau - geography. Salt Lake City, city in Utah, state capital, and seat of...

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Portland - geography.

Portland - geography. I INTRODUCTION Portland, Oregon Portland is the largest city in Oregon. The skyline, seen here across the Willamette River, features some of the state's most unique architecture. The building in the center is the KOIN tower. Also visible is the large public park along the waterfront. Steve Terrill - geography. Portland, city in northwestern Oregon, the seat of Multnomah County and the...

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Pittsburgh - geography.

Pittsburgh - geography. I INTRODUCTION Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania's second largest city. It is located at the junction of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in the southwestern part of the state. Fort Pitt Bridge, shown at right, leads to Pittsburgh's main business area, called the Golden Triangle. The Fort Pitt Bridge is one of 720 bridges located throughout the city. Steve Vidler/SuperStock - geography. Pittsburgh,...

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Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography.

Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Phoenix Skyline Sprawling neighborhoods with low-rise housing surround the high-rise towers of downtown Phoenix. The proximity of the Phoenix airport to downtown has placed height restrictions on buildings. VisionsofAmerica/Joe Sohm /Getty Images - geography. Phoenix (city, Arizona), capital city of Arizona and seat of Maricopa County, located on the Salt River in the south central part of the...

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Oklahoma City - geography.

Oklahoma City - geography. Oklahoma City, city in central Oklahoma, lying on a level plain on both sides of the North Canadian River. It is the capital of the state and seat of Oklahoma County, and is also in Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties. In addition to being the seat of the state government, Oklahoma City is the state's principal...

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Oklahoma City - geography.

Oklahoma City - geography. Oklahoma City, city in central Oklahoma, lying on a level plain on both sides of the North Canadian River. It is the capital of the state and seat of Oklahoma County, and is also in Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties. In addition to being the seat of the state government, Oklahoma City is the state's principal...

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