Asia Case Study

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One of the world’s largest and most diverse continent is Asia. Its total Area, including Asian Russia (with the Caucasian isthmus) but excluding the island of New Guinea, amounts to some 17,226,200 square miles, thus it roughly represents one-third of the land surface of Earth. Asia has both the highest and the lowest points on the surface of Earth, in addition to having the longest coastline of any continent. Moreover, Asia is usually subjected to the world’s widest climatic extremes, and as a result, Asia produces many varied forms of vegetation and animal life on Earth. In addition, with a close look to the people of Asia, we can find that Asia has the broadest variety of human adaptation that could be found on any of the continents. In fact, Asia is a continent that is full of adventure and spirituality, which has attracted many travelers for centuries.…show more content…
In addition to the fact that Asia is considered as one of the most diverse continents, including different cultures, landscapes, different religions, and a board variety of populations, there are many other reasons that make you choose Asia specifically for your next travel

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