What Are the Seven Important Lines of Latitude?

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The most important line of latitude for planet Earth is the Equator, which bisects Earth equidistant from both North and South poles. All other lines of latitude run parallel to the Equator. The six other important lines of latitude are the North Pole, the Arctic Circle, the Tropic of Cancer, the Tropic of Capricorn, the Antarctic Circle, and the South Pole.
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Lines of latitude are called just that. Some specific lines of latitude have their own names. One is the Equator which is 0 degrees of latitude. The Tropic of Cancer is at 23.5 degrees
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The North Pole is located at 90 degrees north - or at a 90 degree angle from the equator. It is technically a point but is considered a latitude for geographical purposes. The Arctic
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The question is very much like asking "What are the important marks on a ruler ? The most important ones are, naturally the ones that mark the place on Earth that. you happen
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Up in the Northeastern corner of the Red Lake Indian Reservation is Minnesota's northernmost point: 49 degrees, 23 minutes, 19.00 seconds North.
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