Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Maximum questions come from Geography portion in different competitive exams.
Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1-Milky Way is the name of the earth’s galaxy.
2-Suez Canal connects the Red and Mediterranean Seas.
3-Tibetan Plateau is the longest and highest plateau in the world.
4-The North Atlantic Route is the busiest sea route.
5-Tornado has the highest wind velocity.
6-Stratosphere layer of the atmosphere maintains an almost uniform horizontal temperature.
7-The world’s largest religious monument ‘Angkor Wat’ is located in Cambodia.
8-The Southern Ocean is the world’s fourth-largest ocean.
9-Alps mountain separates France from Italy and Switzerland.
10-The two countries connected by a tunnel under the sea are England and France.
11-The highest mountains on earth namely Mount Everest, K2, Kanchenjunga are in the greater Himalayas.
12-Mindanao Island is in the Pacific Ocean.
13-North Korea and South Korea are joined by ‘Bridge of No Return’.
14-Tigris river passes through the Baghdad City.
15-Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa.
16-Africa and South America are the continents that form a mirror image of each other.
17- World’s highest uninterrupted waterfall Angel Falls is in Venezuela.
18-Famous Virupaksha temple is at Hampi.
19-Wellington city is the windiest city in the World.
20-The time difference between the Greenwich time and Indian Standard time is 5 and ½ hours.
21-The shortest day in the northern hemisphere is 21 December.
22-21 June is the longest day in the northern hemisphere.
23- Dead sea has the worlds highest salinity water.
24-The North Sea is the largest fishing ground in the world.
25-New York City was once called as New Amsterdam.
26-The country which has the shape of a boot is Italy.
27-About 59% of the surface of the moon is visible from the earth.
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