hace 4 días · Other designations for the region, such as the Northwest or Old Northwest and Mid-America, have fallen out of use. Economically the region is balanced between heavy industry and agriculture (large sections of this land area make up the United States' Corn Belt ), with finance and services such as medicine and education becoming increasingly important.
The Arctic has various definitions, including the region north of the Arctic Circle (currently Epoch 2010 at 66°33'44" N), or just the region north of 60° north latitude, or the region from the North Pole north to the timberline. The Antarctic is usually defined simply as south of 60° south latitude, or the continent of Antarctica.
hace 5 días · The West Indies is a subregion of North America, surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea that includes 13 independent island countries and 18 dependencies and other territories in three major archipelagos: the Greater Antilles, the Lesser Antilles, and the Lucayan Archipelago.
08/05/2022 · – Jutland part of Danish Region "Region Syddanmark"; that is much more than traditional "Sønderjylland" – Ribe/Esbjerg Kom. Jutland ⬆ : Aalborg • Brønderslev Kom. • Frederikshavn Kom. • Hjørring + Kom. • Jammerbugt Kom. • Mariager + Kom. • Mors Island • Thisted + Kom. • Vesthimmerlands Kom. • Aarhus • Horsens • Randers • Viborg • Ribe/Esbjerg Kom.
20/04/2022 · #8 Shjlandet Unclassified Updated: 2020-01-06 Shjlandet is the highest lying region in Denmark and at the same time, it has the highest density of lakes. Distance: 4.7 mi. (7.6 km) #9 Silkeborg Stadium Stadium Updated: 2017-10-18 Silkeborg Stadium, latterly known as Mascot Park for sponsorship reasons, was a Danish football stadium in the town of Silkeborg, located in the middle of Jutland.
01/05/2022 · The Chūgoku region (Japanese: 中国地方, Hepburn: Chūgoku-chihō, pronounced [tɕɯːɡokɯtɕiꜜhoː]), also known as the San'in-San'yō (山陰山陽地方, San'in-San'yō-chihō) region, is the westernmost region of Honshū, the largest island of Japan. It consists of the prefectures of Hiroshima, Okayama, Shimane, Tottori, and Yamaguchi.