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Taiwan karten (German - Deutsch)

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Taiwan karten (German - Deutsch): Illustrator
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Physical Map of Taiwan showing the main physical characteristics of the country. It shows major rivers, the country's major cities, and major geographical features of Taiwan. Also representing the meridians and parallels that pass through Taiwan and the external borderlines.

Taiwan karten (German - Deutsch)

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The island of Taiwan lies some 180 kilometers off the southeastern coast of China, across the Taiwan Strait, and has an area of 35,801 km2 (13,822.8 sq mi). The island is characterized by the contrast between the eastern two-thirds, consisting mostly of rugged mountains running in five ranges from the northern to the southern tip of the island, and the flat to gently rolling Chianan Plains in the west that are also home to most of Taiwan's population. Taiwan's highest point is Yu Shan at 3,952 meters, and there are five other peaks over 3,500 meters.