Which us city has same latitude as Athens Greece?
Here are a few of the ones within 0.1 of a degree (about 7 miles):
California: Cascade Creek, Stockton, Sonora
Nevada: Mina, Tonopah, Davis Creek
Utah: Lund, Boulder, Moab
Colorado: Telluride, Pueblo, La Junta
Kansas: Garden City, Cimarron, Hutchinson
Missouri: Wheatland, Richland, Rolla
Illinois: Chester, Percy, Benton
Indiana: Mt. Vernon, Evansville, Newburgh
Kentucky: Lewisport, Lexington, Winchester
West Virginia: Harts, Danville, White Sulphur Springs
Virginia: Charlottesville, Louisa, Warsaw
Maryland: Chrisfield, Marion Station
How are Sparta and Athens alike? -Located in Europe - Located in Greece - Both are polis, or city states of ancient Greece - Had Slaves -Belived in same gods - are storngest city states of ancient Greece - Both attended at the ancient Olympic - Fought in the Persian war - Had colonies - Had allies throughout Greece
Athens was a city-state. Therefore Athens was both a state and a city and thus the capital. The broader province of Athens (i.e. the rural areas) was and still is Attica. An equivalent example was the city-state of Corinth or Sparta/Lakonia (both today exist with same borders and names as prefectures of Greece).
Cities on approximately the same latitude would be: Seattle and Paris. To find cities on the same latitude, simply locate one city, then follow that latitude line eastwards or westwards until you encounter another city. Traveling northwards or southwards will change your latitude location. Several cities fall on the same latitude. One example is 40 degrees North. Cities that fall on this latitude include Columbus, Philadelphia, Beijing, Reno, Valencia, Palermo and Athens.
A single point has an exact latitude and longitude, and no two points have the same set of coordinates. Greece is a big place, with a large number of different points in it. In general, countries don't have exact coordinates. The southeast corner of the Parthenon, on the Acropolis in Athens, is located at 37.97128Â° north latitude 23.72638Â° east longitude. But the center of Kalamata is located at 37.036Â° north latitude 22.114Â° east longitude. The…
Yes it is. The modern city of Sparti is located at the same location of ancient Sparta and is the administrative center of the Laconia region. No it is not. Infact, it doesn't even exist. It was once the greatest powers in Greece, but lost the Peloponnesian War to the Athens. It is a great mystery as to what happened to the Spartans afterwords. Crete is a major city.
Philip II, the father of Alexander the Great. But have in mind that Macedonia never conquered Greece because at that time there was no united Greece as we know it today. There were only city-states like Athens, Sparta, Thebes that although they shared the same language and culture, they antagonised each other. One of those Greek states was Macedonia.
How would the climate change of a coastal city differ from that of a city at the same latitude located farther inland?
New York City is composed of New York City consists of five boroughs but the listed latitude of NYC is reported as 40° 42′ 45.72″ N which is the location of New York City Hall in downtown Manhattan. The following cities have more or less same latitude as New York City. Peru, Indiana Burlington, Iowa Wellington, Colorado Aomori, Japan Zhangjiakou, China
Athens, Greece. Athens decided to form a new type of government around 510 B.C. because they wanted the same things that we wanted: the people to have more power and say in the government. But, their type of government was a little different than our because it was just a little city, so it was a lot smaller than ours because we are a huge country.
The city-state of Athens was among the first to experiment with rule by the many. In the 600s BC, Athens suffered from the same problems as other city-states. After years of unrest, Athens found themselves on the brink of war. In 594 BC, the aristocrats who ruled Athens appointed a leader named Solon to make changes.