- 1 Where is the 120th meridian?
- 2 What island is 65 degrees north and 18 degrees west?
- 3 Where is 60 degrees North 120 West?
- 4 Where is 30 degrees north and 30 degrees east?
- 5 What continent is at 20 S and 120 E?
- 6 Are coordinates always North and West?
- 7 What city is located at 30 degrees north 120 degrees east?
Where is the 120th meridian?
The meridian 120 ° east of Greenwich is a line of longitude that extends from the North Pole across the Arctic Ocean, Asia, the Indian Ocean, Australia, the Southern Ocean, and Antarctica to the South Pole.
What island is 65 degrees north and 18 degrees west?
Iceland’s latitude and longitude is 65° 00′ N and 18° 00′ W. Below is the map of Iceland showing major towns, roads, airports with latitudes and longitudes plotted on it.
Where is 60 degrees North 120 West?
The Confluence is exactly located on the triple boundary point between British Columbia, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories.
Where is 30 degrees north and 30 degrees east?
30 degrees north and 30 degrees east according to Google Maps is pointed on a dessert not in a settlement instead. The desert is named Markaz El Hamam, it’s a part of Western Desert of Egypt, an area of Great Sahara desert which located in the west of Nile river.
What continent is at 20 S and 120 E?
The continent as well as the flag state of Australia is located at the co-ordinates that were stated by the OP in the question.
Are coordinates always North and West?
When outlining the coordinates of a location, the line of latitude is always given first followed by the line of longitude. Therefore, the coordinates of this location will be: 10°N latitude, 70°W longitude. The line of latitude is read as 41 degrees (41°), 24 minutes (24′), 12.2 seconds (12.2”) north.
What city is located at 30 degrees north 120 degrees east?
Back in Hangzhou, we had time to successfully locate some ‘authentic’ beggars chicken with mud topping, and go for a chilly boat trip on the lake. We retired with stomachs full of beggars chicken, and prepared ourselves for an early rise the next day. Story continues at 30°N 119°E.