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90% of the world’s population lives in the Northern Hemisphere, while only 10% live in the Southern Hemisphere. Interesting facts about world geography include Hulunbuir as the largest city, three countries surrounded by another nation, and the longest mountain range in the Atlantic Ocean.

The vast majority of the world’s population lives in the Northern Hemisphere. Only about 10% of all people live in the southern hemisphere, which includes Australia, the southern part of Africa, Antarctica and most of South America. The Northern Hemisphere is made up of Europe, most of Asia and Africa, North America and the northern part of South America.

Learn more about world geography:

The largest city in the world in terms of area is Hulunbuir in Inner Mongolia. The city has an area of ​​102,000 square miles (263,953 square kilometers).
There are three countries in the world that are completely surrounded by another nation: Vatican City, San Marino and Lesotho. Vatican City and San Marino are both surrounded by Italy. Lesotho is surrounded by South Africa.
The longest mountain range in the world is located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Known as the Mid-Atlantic Range, the range is completely submerged except for a section that makes up the nation of Iceland.

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