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Introduction to the World Map (Education)

Introduction to the World Map

     In this ebook we introduce the World Map to you and then take you in to the Continents and the Regions in them. Once you are familiar with the Continents and the Regions, you can get in to learn How To Draw the Continents and How to Remember Each and Every Country. Altogether, we would look at 25 Regions and 193 countries which are recognized by the UNO. This ebook is an introduction to the “Memorize the World Map” ebook and we also provide an excerpt showing you the exact method for memorizing the World Map.

     The World Map has two main parts (and a small piece). Only two? Well, if you look at a glance you would see two great masses of land (and one smaller piece at the right bottom).

These two masses are:

1. the Americas comprising
a. North America
b. South America

2. three continents joined together
a. Europe
b. Asia
c. Africa

3. then the small piece, Australia to the right bottom

4. and finally Antarctica at the very bottom. It is actually the South Pole (it has no country on it)

     The continents are shown as rectangles so that you get the positioning right. Once you know how the Americas are stacked up and you can also see that these three great Continents viz Europe, Asia and Africa are actually joined together, you are on your way... let’s go further.

     We have shown Antarctica at the very bottom. In the actual Globe, it is the white cap at the very bottom of our Earth, it is the South Pole. It is a very large land mass, and thus we must call it a Continent. But the fact remains that there are no countries on it, only a few Research Stations, where scientists stay off and on to conduct experiments.

     Also look at the horizontal line through the middle of the map. It is the EQUATOR. And wherever the Equator passes, the regions are one of the hottest on this planet. Note that the Equator for the most part passes through Oceans and crosses through the continents of South America and Africa.

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