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  1. Megalopolis - Wikipedia

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    A megalopolis (/ ˌ m ɛ ɡ ə ˈ l ɒ p ə l ɪ s /), sometimes called a megapolis; also megaregion, city cluster or supercity, is typically defined as a group of two or more roughly adjacent metropolitan areas, which may be somewhat separated or may merge into a continuous urban region.

  2. Talk:List of European countries by area - Wikipedia

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    I have some referenced data: from (be careful, this is a huge pdf file), page 162: Terek basin has an area of 1559 km2 in Georgia (I was just off by 125 km2) and the Sulak basin (page 158) has an area of 869 km2 in Georgia. So total part of Georgia in Europe is 2428 km2.

  3. Central Europe - Wikipedia

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    Historical perspective Middle Ages and early modern era. Elements of cultural unity for Northwestern, Southwestern and Central Europe were Catholicism and Latin.However Eastern Europe, which remained Eastern Orthodox, was the area of Graeco-Byzantine cultural influence; after the East-West Schism (1054), Eastern Europe developed cultural unity and resistance to the Catholic (and later also ...

  4. Arab world - Wikipedia

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    The Arab World stretches across more than 13,000,000 square kilometres (5,000,000 sq mi) of North Africa and the part of North-East Africa and South-West Asia. The eastern part of the Arab world is called the Mashriq. Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania are the Maghreb or Maghrib.

    • 13,132,327 km² (5,070,420 sq mi)
    • 423,000,000
    • $2.782 trillion
    • 29.839/km² (70.37/sq mi)
  5. Balkans - Wikipedia

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    The Balkans have been inhabited since the Paleolithic and are the route by which farming from the Middle East spread to Europe during the Neolithic (7th millennium BC). [52] [53] The practices of growing grain and raising livestock arrived in the Balkans from the Fertile Crescent by way of Anatolia and spread west and north into Central Europe ...

  6. Category: European Maps | Map of Europe | Europe Map

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    Political Map of Europe . We have a new Europe Map for 2020 and a World Map for 2020.. Above we have a massive map of Europe. The size of the map is 2500 pixels by 1761. To get the full view you need to click on the image and then click on the X in the top right corner. below are the Countries of Europe and the respective capital cities.

  7. World Regions: North, Central and East Asia | Sandalsand Global

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    Map of North, East and Central Asia. Green countries have been visited by Sandalsand, yellow countries not. This version of Wikipedia’s map includes the European part of Russia. (Map source: Wikimedia Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International)

  8. World Regions: North and Central Europe | Sandalsand Global

    sandalsand.net › destinations › world-regions-north

    May 20, 2011 | 2010s, China, Destinations, Mongolia, North and Central Europe, North, Central and East Asia, Russia, Travelogue, World Map This travel diary is about "The world's longest train ride". The Trans-Siberian railway links Moscow with Vladivostok on the Pacific and Beijing in...

  9. Author: Map of Europe | Map of Europe | Europe Map

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    Europe Map before World War 1. Here we have a map of Europe before the break out of WW1. As you can see there are some Countries that have remained relatively the same. Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands and Italy to name a few. What is different is that there a number of Empires also on the map.

  10. Southern Europe and similar topics | Frankensaurus.com

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    Europe spans seven primary time zones (from UTC−01:00 to UTC+05:00), excluding summer time offsets (four of them can be seen on the map to the right, with one further-western zone containing the Azores, and two further-eastern zones spanning Georgia, Azerbaijan, eastern territories of European Russia, and the European part of Kazakhstan).

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