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35th Parallel North

Line across the Earth
35°
35th parallel north

The 35th parallel north is a circle of latitude that is 35 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane. It crosses Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, Asia, the Pacific Ocean, North America and the Atlantic Ocean.

In the Georgia.

At this latitude the sun is visible for 14 hours, 31 minutes during the summer solstice and 9 hours, 48 minutes during the winter solstice.[1]

Around the world

Starting at the Prime Meridian and heading eastwards, the parallel 35° north passes through:

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
 Algeria
 Tunisia
Mediterranean Sea
 Greece Island of Crete
Mediterranean Sea
 Cyprus Including, for a short distance, the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus
Dhekelia  United Kingdom Sovereign Base Area (not part of the territory of the Republic of Cyprus)
 Cyprus
Mediterranean Sea
 Syria
 Iraq
 Iran
 Afghanistan
 Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Azad Kashmir - claimed by  India
Gilgit-Baltistan - claimed by  India
 India Jammu and Kashmir - claimed by  Pakistan
Aksai Chin Disputed between  India and  People's Republic of China
 People's Republic of China Tibet
Qinghai
Gansu
Shaanxi
Gansu
Shaanxi
Shanxi
Henan
Shandong
Jiangsu
Yellow Sea
 South Korea South Jeolla Province
South Gyeongsang Province
Busan
Sea of Japan
 Japan Island of Honshū:
Shimane Prefecture
Hiroshima Prefecture
Okayama Prefecture
Hyōgo Prefecture
Osaka Prefecture
Kyoto Prefecture
Shiga Prefecture
Mie Prefecture
Aichi Prefecture
Shizuoka Prefecture
Pacific Ocean Sagami Bay
 Japan Island of Honshū:
Chiba Prefecture
Pacific Ocean
 United States
In the Georgia.
California
Arizona
New Mexico
Texas
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Tennessee / Mississippi border
Tennessee / Alabama border
Tennessee / Georgia border
North Carolina / Georgia border
South Carolina
North Carolina
Atlantic Ocean
 Morocco
 Algeria

See also

References

  1. ^ http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/Dur_OneYear.php


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