The location of world communities
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World communities can be located on maps and globes (latitude and longitude).
The spatial relationships of world communities can be described by direction, location, distance, and scale.
Regions represent areas of Earth’s surface with unifying geographic characteristics.
World communities can be located in relation to each other and to principal parallels and meridians.
Geographic representations such as aerial photographs and satellite-produced images can be used to locate world communities.