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What cities are at 60 degrees south latitude?
World’s largest cities at/beyond 60 degrees south latitude
- Punta Arenas, Chile: 127,454 (2012)
- Rio Gallegos, Argentina: 97,742 (2010)
- Ushuala, Argentina: 56,956 (2010)
What country is 60 degrees south?
Around the world
|60°0′S 67°16′W||the boundary of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans||Running close to the southern border of the Scotia Sea and the South Orkney Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (claimed by Argentina)|
What group of islands is located south of the equator at 60 West Longitude?
What group of islands is located south of the equator at 60 West Longitude? Answer: “The Hawaiian Islands” .
What city is more north?
Longyearbyen, in Svalbard, Norway is the world’s northernmost settlement and the largest in the region.
Where is 30 degrees north and 90 degrees west longitude?
This is read as 30 degrees north latitude, and 90 degrees west longitude. The map above shows the New Orleans location. New Orleans is located where the parallel of latitude that is 30 degrees north of the Equator crosses the meridian of longitude that is 90 degrees west of the Prime Meridian.
Are there any cities in the world that are 50 degrees west?
Seriously, check the map! The only non-Brazilian place at 50 degrees West is the tiny and remote Qaqortoq, Greenland. Locations in the North and South are best known for their extremes. The poles are each covered in snow year round, so expect cold temperatures in these cities to the far North and South.
Where is the 60th meridian west of Greenwich?
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX. The meridian 60° west of Greenwich is a line of longitude that extends from the North Pole across the Arctic Ocean, Greenland, North America, the Atlantic Ocean, South America, the Southern Ocean, and Antarctica to the South Pole. The 60th meridian west forms a great circle with the 120th meridian east.
How many cities are within two degrees of the equator?
While much of the worth is solidly within hemisphere quadrants, there are many cities that straddle one of the zero points. These cities, by definition, must be either along the equator or the prime meridian (i.e., have a similar longitude to London). The map shows 22 cities that are within two and a half degrees of the equator.