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30 August, 17:26

How are regional boundaries often determined?

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  1. 30 August, 18:55
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    Regional boundaries are not usually set by laws or rules, but by major landforms. Places within a region share similar characteristics that are unique and clearly distinguished from places in other regions. The great example for this are The Rocky Mountains that serve as a landform and a natural boundaries between the West and Midwest and South West and South East.
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