What Is a Formal Region?

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Formal region is a term used in geography to describe designated areas that have official boundaries such as counties, cities, states and countries. Most of the formal regions are characterised by relative uniformity such as people sharing a particular language.
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A region marked by relative uniformity of characteristics, such as the Scottish Highlands. The variations within the region are less than variations between the region and other areas
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A region marked by relative uniformity of characteristics, such as the Scottish Highlands. The variations within the region are less than variations between the region and other areas
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A formal region is a designated area on the map that has defined characteristics, or local entities that are indigenous to that locale and people.
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