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Geographically part of the Tibetan Plateau, Aksai Chin is referred to as the Soda Plain.
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Geographically and part
Geographically, the country is part of the larger island group of Micronesia, with the population of around 68, 000 people spread out over 34 low-lying coral atolls, comprising 1, 156 individual islands and islets.
Geographically, Masuria is part of two adjacent lakeland districts, the Masurian Lake District () and the Iława Lake District ( Pojezierze Iławskie ).
Geographically this range marks the northern part of the border between the continents of Europe and Asia.
Geographically, it is situated on the border between the Swedish regions of Götaland and Svealand, divided into several Swedish provinces: The western body of water is known as the Dalbosjö, with its main part belonging to Dalsland ; the eastern body is known as Värmlandsjön, its northern parts belonging to Värmland and the southern to Västergötland.
Geographically speaking, the southern area of the territory is part of the Ponce-Patillas alluvial plain subsector and the southern coastal plain, which were created by the consolidation of the valleys of the southern side of the central mountain range and the Cayey mountain range.
Geographically Kalmar County covers the eastern part in the Småland province, and the entire island of Öland.
Geographically the town is situated by the small rivulet Norbergsån, around which its oldest part, including the 14th century Norberg Church and the Mill, are situated.
Geographically speaking, the Märkischer Kreis covers the northwestern part of the Sauerland mountains, south of the Ruhr valley.
Geographically the district covers a big part of the Sauerland mountains, including the two highest elevations-the Langenberg near Olsberg with 843m, and the better known Kahler Asten with 842m near Winterberg.
Geographically the district covers a part of the Eifel mountains in the south, but also the lowlands of the Niederrheinische Bucht.
Geographically it covers the south-western part of the Sauerland mountains, which make the district rich in forests.
Geographically it covers the northern part of the Sauerland hills and the lower land north of it, the ' Hellweg '.
Geographically Rhein-Sieg District covers the valley of the river Sieg and also, since the merger with the District of Bonn, that of the Rhine around Bonn, as well an area in the most easterly part of the Eifel.
Geographically, Mount Greylock is part of a by island-like range that runs north-south between the Hoosac Range to the east, the Green Mountains to the north, the Berkshires to both the south and east, and the Taconic Mountains to the west with which it is geologically associated ; all ranges are associated with the Appalachian mountain chain.
Geographically located at the northwestern reaches, Charles City and New Kent counties are by some reckonings part of the Virginia Peninsula.
Geographically, it is part of the Dodecanese island chain, located about 41 km north-northwest of Rhodes ( and 425 km from Piraeus, the port of Athens ), with 58. 1 km² ( 22 sq mi ) of mountainous terrain.
Geographically, they are not traditionally considered part of the Bonin Islands, which are the Mukojima, Chichijima, and Hahajima island clusters.
Geographically it is located mainly on the Kola Peninsula, and it is a part of the larger Lapland region that spans over four countries.
Geographically and Tibetan
Geographically Ü-Tsang covered the central and western portions of the Tibetan cultural area, including the Tsang-po ( Gtsang-po ) watershed, the western districts surrounding and extending past Mount Kailash, and much of the vast Chang Tang ( Byang-thang ) plateau to the north.
Geographically and Plateau
Geographically and geologically, Virginia is divided into five regions from east to west: Tidewater, Piedmont, Blue Ridge Mountains, Ridge and Valley, and Cumberland Plateau.
Geographically it is composed predominantly of the Nashville Basin and the Highland Rim, although the western portion of the Cumberland Plateau also extends into Middle Tennessee.
Geographically, this area lies at the north eastern end of the Chota Nagpur Plateau, as it slopes down and merges with the alluvial plains of the Ganges.
Geographically it is rather diverse, containing thirty square kilometres of the Ljubljana Marshes, with its isolated " sunken " hills, a section of the Ljubljanica River, a siphonic karst lake ; located just outside Jezero, and the Rakitna Plateau with a lake and sixty square kilometres of forest.
Geographically and is
Geographically, Aachen is the westernmost city of Germany, located along its borders with Belgium and the Netherlands, west of Cologne.
Geographically, Motala is situated where Lake Vättern drains into the river system of Motala ström, which was of central importance to the massive industralization of Sweden in the 19th century.
Geographically the biggest island in the Persian Gulf is Qeshm island located in the Strait of Hormuz and belonging to Iran.
Geographically and culturally, it is often used to refer to working-class Londoners, particularly those in the East End.
Geographically, Richmond is located at the fall line of the James River, west of Williamsburg, east of Charlottesville, and south of Washington, D. C.
Geographically, the Basseterre port is located at, on the south western coast of Saint Kitts Island, and it is one of the chief commercial depots of the Leeward Islands.
Geographically, Iran is located in West Asia and borders the Gulf of Oman, Persian Gulf, and Caspian Sea.
Geographically the county is the fifth largest in Illinois by land area and shares the state's Lake Michigan shoreline with Lake County.
Geographically north central Louisiana and more closely resembles Lincoln Parish, to which Union is deeply tied culturally, politically, and educationally.
Geographically, Baw-Baw plateau is a plateau of several peaks ( Mount Baw Baw, Mount St Gwinear, Mount St Phillack, Mount Erica and Mount Whitelaw ) of largely subalpine terrane outcrops of weathered granite boulders dot the plateau with alpine meadows punctuated by stands of snow-gum.