Countries in the Eastern Hemisphere?

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The eastern hemisphere is a geographical term representing one half of the Earth located on the east of the Prime Meridian. It initially referred to Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and America and was called the Old World.
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Eastern Hemisphere is that half of the globe containing Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, lying east of the Greenwich meridian. Generally the Eastern Hemisphere includesmost of
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The continents of the Eastern hemisphere are: Europe, Asia, Africa,
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Africa, Australia, Antarctica, and Asia are all either fully or partially in both the Eastern and Southern Hemispheres.
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Answer I'm just guessing.... I think it would be Eurasia. Geologists consider Europe and Asia to be one land mass. I think they are on the same continental plates, or something like
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Eastern Hemisphere
NOUN
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the eastern part of the terrestrial globe, including Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe.
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The Eastern hemisphere is that half of the globe containing Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, lying east of the Greenwich meridian. It could also refer to the lands in this place, especially Asia.
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