Melbourne

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Melbourne is the second largest metropolis of Australia. Solely the town of Sydney has extra individuals. Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria. It’s also a busy seaport and an essential middle for enterprise.  Downtown Melbourne is on the shore of …

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Abu Dhabi

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Abu Dhabi <<AH boo DAH bee>> is the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abu Dhabi can also be spelled Abu Zaby.The UAE is in southwestern Asia alongside the Persian Gulf. It’s made up of seven unbiased states referred to as emirates. Abu Dhabi can also …

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Amman

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Amman <<AHM mahn>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Jordan, a rustic within the Center East. Amman lies 25 miles (forty kilometers) northeast of the Lifeless Sea.  Most of Amman’s buildings stand on a number of hills. The primary streets run between the …

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Ashgabat

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Ashgabat <<ASH guh BAHT>> is the capital of Turkmenistan. It’s typically referred to as Ashkhabad. The town lies in an oasis within the Karakum desert in southern Turkmenistan.The Karakum Canal provides the town with water from the Amu Darya, a river greater than 250 …

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Astana

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Astana <<AH stah NAH>> is the capital of Kazakhstan. It lies alongside the Ishim River on the plains of north-central Kazakhstan. Astana is the railroad hub for a serious grain- and livestock-producing area of the nation. What’s now Astana started in 1830 as a …

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Babylon

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Babylon was an incredible metropolis of the traditional world. It was the capital of the dominion of Babylonia. Babylon stood on the banks of the Euphrates River close to what’s now the town of Al Hillah, Iraq. It was an enormous buying and …

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Baghdad

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Baghdad <<BAG dad>> is the capital of Iraq and one of many largest cities of the Center East. It’s Iraq’s chief middle of tradition, manufacturing, commerce, and transportation. Petroleum refining is the Baghdad’s chief industrial exercise. The town lies on each banks of the Tigris …

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Baku

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Baku <<bah KOO>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Azerbaijan. It lies on the east coast of the nation alongside the Caspian Sea. Its identify is usually spelled Baky. The town is Azerbaijan’s chief port and the nation’s political, financial, and cultural middle. The Baku space …

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Bandar Seri Begawan

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Bandar Seri Begawan <<BAHN dahr SEHR ee beh GAH wahn>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Brunei. It’s also the nation’s major business middle. Bandar Seri Begawan lies on the Brunei River in northeastern Brunei. The town has numerous crops for processing petroleum and …

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Bangkok

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Bangkok <<BANG kok>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Thailand. It’s the nation’s important middle of enterprise, business, and tradition. The town lies alongside the Chao Phraya River, a number of miles north of the Gulf of Thailand. The Thai identify for Bangkok isKrung …

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