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Functional Classification of Cities

The structure and functions of any region varies in terms of function, history of development as well as age of the town. Some towns and cities specialize in some functions and they are known for some  products or services. However, … Continue reading

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Few countries are meeting the Paris climate goals. Here are the ones that are.

Originally posted on Exposing the Big Game:
Dead trees stand in a recently deforested section of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. (Mario Tama/Getty Images) https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2018/10/11/few-countries-are-meeting-paris-climate-goals-here-are-ones-that-are/?utm_term=.55f3e8695c12 By Amanda Erickson October 11 at 3:38 PM This week, a top scientific body studying climate…

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Bases of Classification of Urban Centres

Urban centres are numerous, and these vary in their size, functions, location and in their social composition, culture and heritage too. It is therefore worthwhile to classify towns into categories for better understanding about their role . The problem of … Continue reading

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Some History of Egypt and Archaeological Discoveries from Nile Valley

The Greek historian Herodotus called Egypt, “The Gift of the Nile,” and along that life-giving river, the ancient Egyptians built their amazing civilization, one they ruled for three millennia. The history of Egypt is divided into : Prehistoric, Ancient, Greco-Roman, Medieval, and … Continue reading

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