What Is a Cultural Region?

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A cultural region is a word that is used mostly in geography and anthropology that is used to mean places and regions that provide the essence of geography. Cultural regions are used to 'map' cultures.
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There is no short answer to this question. Main linguistic regions are: scandinavian, germanic, romanic, slavic. Main religious regions are: catholic, protestant, orthodox, muslim
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Due the the centralized education system, and the use of a standardized form of Japanese (which is closest to the Tokyo/Edo dialect) in all formal educational, business, etc. contexts
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The two regions of Belgium are Flanders and Wallonia. The border runs east
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A cultural region is a term used mainly in the field of anthropology and geology. Specific cultures often do not limit their geographic coverage to the borders of nation state, or similar subdivisions of a state.
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