What Is Formal Region?

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A formal region is one that falls under a particular governance. The region may share different cities or countries, but is monitored by a central regional government.
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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 characterized by a common human property, such as the
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Caucasus, Russian Kavkaz, Mountainous region, between the Black and Caspian seas. Occupying roughly 170,000 sq mi (440,000 sq km) it is divided among Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan,
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Formal region is a term used to refer to governmental, cultural, physical, and economic areas. Another term with the same meaning is uniform region, and some examples include, rice growing areas, the Islamic world, and Canada. You can find more information here: http://www.eoearth.org/article/region
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