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Middle East

The Middle East is a large area of land in the eastern hemisphere. The lands of the Arabian Peninsula and some of the lands of the eastern Mediterranean are part of the Middle East. The Middle Easts population is mostly Muslim. The name of the Mi ...

Middle Franconia

Middle Franconia is a government region in the Free State of Bavaria. The seat of government is Ansbach. In the area of this region are the cities Nuremberg, Furth, Erlangen.

Middlesex County, Ontario

Middlesex County is a rural county in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. According to the Canada 2011 Census, it had a population of 70.796. The county seat is in the city of London, even though London is politically independent of the county. Middles ...

Milan

Milan) is a city in northern Italy. Milan is the capital of the Milano Provence and of the Lombardy Region. It is populated by 1.308.735 inhabitants. It is the most populated province in Italy, and it is the second biggest city in Italy. Milan is ...

Mile End

Mile End is an area in London, England. It is in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is 3.6 miles east-northeast of Charing Cross. Mile End had a population of 28.544 in 2011.

Millennium Island

Caroline Island, or Caroline atoll, is an atoll, in the Pacific Ocean that is part of Kiribati. It is the easternomost atoll of Kiribati. The atoll is part of the Southern Line Islands. In total, the atoll consists of 39 islets, which cover a sur ...

Milparinka, New South Wales

Milparinka is a very small town in New South Wales, Australia. About ten people live in Milparinka, which is about 296 kilometres north of Broken Hill. It is built beside a waterhole on Evelyn Creek, named by the explorer Charles Sturt after his ...

Mimili, South Australia

Mimili is an Aboriginal community in the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in South Australia. It is located in the Everard Ranges, about 70 kilometres west of the Stuart Highway. According to the local Aṉangu, the place has always been ...

Minicoy Island

Minicoy Island or Maliku is the only inhabited island of the Maliku Atoll. The locals, the Malikun, call their island "Maliku," as do the Maldivians, the closest Maldive island to Minicoy is Thuraakunu. Since 1956, the Indian Government has forbi ...

Minnesota River

The Minnesota River is a river in the United States. It is in the northern United States, in the state of Minnesota. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River. It is about 534 km long. The source of the river is a lake in western Minnesota. The ...

Minsk

Minsk or Miensk, Менск; Минск ; Minsk) is the capital and a major city of Belarus. About 2 million people lived in the city as of 20218. Minsk is also a headquarters of the Commonwealth of Independent States. As a capital, Minsk has a special adm ...

Mississauga

Mississauga, Ontario is the sixth-largest city in Canada. It is near the largest city in Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In fact, it is a part of the Greater Toronto Area.

Mitte

Bezirk Mitte or Mitte von Berlin is the most central borough of Berlin. Most of Berlins historic centre is in Bezirk Mitte. Some of the most important tourist sites of Berlin, are all in Mitte, and most were in East Berlin. In 2001, Berlins borou ...

Mitte (locality)

Mitte was the most central locality of Berlin. It was set up in 1920, when GroS-Berlin was set up, and in 2001 it was joined with Wedding and Tiergarten to make a new borough called Bezirk Mitte. Mitte was in East Berlin, and had a lot of Berlins ...

Miyako Islands

The Miyako Islands are a group of islands in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, east of the Yaeyama Islands. They are between the Ryukyu Islands and Taiwan. Miyako Island has 55.914 people. A bridge connects Miyako Island to Ikema Island. Ikema Island ha ...

Moeraki Boulders

The Moeraki Boulders are a rock formation in New Zealand. They are unusually large and spherical boulders on Koekohe Beach on the Otago coast, between Moeraki and Hampden. Some of the boulders are in groups, while others stand by themselves. The ...

Moju Chowdhury Hat

Moju Chowdhury Hat or Rahmat Khali is a town and tourism in Lakshmipur Sadar Upazila of Lakshmipur District, in south-eastern Bangladesh. It is commonly known as Moju Chowdhury Hat but it used to be called Rahmat Khali. It was renamed Moju Chowdh ...

Molokai

Molokai is the fifth largest island in the U.S. Hawaiian Islands. The island is 38 miles long and 10 miles across. Its land area is 261 square miles. The highest mountain is named Kamakou, and it is 4.970 feet high. Molokai has many local indigen ...

Republic of Molossia

Molossia, also known as the self-proclaimed Republic of Molossia, is a micronation, founded by Kevin Baugh and headquartered in his home near Dayton, Nevada. Baugh has also been the president since 3 September 1999. Before holding this office Bau ...

Monmouth

Monmouth is a small town in south-east Wales. It is about 2 miles from the border with England. It is the county town of Monmouthshire, and just under 9.000 people live there. The River Wye and the River Monnow meet in Monmouth.

Mons

Mons is a town in Belgium and the capital of the Province of Hainaut. It is the fourth largest city of the Walloon part of Belgium where French is spoken. The towns name takes its roots from the Latin word mons which means mountain. In 2015, the ...

Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec

Mont-St-Hilaire is a small town in the province of Quebec. This small city is along the Richelieu River on the south shore of Montreal city. In 2011, Mont-St-Hilaire had a population of 18 000 citizens. There are many new neighborhoods on the mou ...

Montacute, South Australia

Montacute is a small town and suburb in Adelaide Hills, South Australia. The town is on Fifth Creek. It is mostly a rural area. Rostrevor is to the west of the suburb, while Lenswood is to the east, Castambul is to the north, and Norton Summit an ...

Monte San Lorenzo

Monte San Lorenzo, also known as Monte Cochrane, is a mountain on the border between Argentina and Chile. It is in Patagonia. The mountain reaches a height of 3.706 metres. The Chilean name of Cochrane comes from the nearby town of Cochrane. This ...

Montecristo

Monte Cristo is a small Italian Island, about 4.3 kilometers across at its widest point, about halfway between Corsica and mainland Italy; south of Elba and west of Giglio. It is part of the Tuscan Archipelago. The island is probably best known a ...

Montenegro

Montenegro is a country in Southeastern Europe. It is on the Adriatic Sea, between Albania and Croatia to the North. Inland it also has a common border with Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The country came to exist when its people decided to ...

Montserrat

Montserrat is a Caribbean island. It is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. The governor of Montserrat is Deborah Barnes-Jones. The capital is officially Plymouth, but the government has moved to Brades after a volcano, Chances Peak, des ...

Moorland

Moorland or moor is a type of habitat that one can find in upland areas, that are characterised by acidic soils. Moorland habitats are rather common in the neotropics and tropical Africa but one can find them also in small scattered places in nor ...

Moree, New South Wales

Moree is a large town in northern New South Wales, Australia. It is on the Mehi River and on the junction of the Newell Highway and Gwydir Highway. The next closest town to Moree is Narrabri which is 100 kilometers south of Moree. Moree is a majo ...

Mosbach

Mosbach is a town in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. About 25.000 people live there. It is between Heidelberg and Heilbronn. There are other big towns nearby: Sinsheim, Eberbach and Osterburken. In Neckarelz, a suburb of Mosbach, is the ...

Moselle

The Moselle River is a river which flows through France and Luxembourg, then becomes part of the Rhine River after it flows into Germany. It is 545 kilometres long. Important cities at the Moselle river are Metz, Thionville, Trier, Bernkastel-Kue ...

Mossman, Queensland

Mossman is a town in north Queensland, Australia. It is on the Mossman River. There are bout 1700 people living in Mossman. It was first called Mosman; the name was changed because there was a Sydney suburb called Mosman. Mossman is on the Captai ...

Mount of Olives

The Mount of Olives is a mountain in East Jerusalem. It is located to next to the Old City, and is part of the West Bank. It is named for the olive groves that once grew on its slopes. The mountain is important to Jews, Muslims and Christians. Th ...

Moyen-Ogooue

Moyen-Ogooue is a province in Gabon. It has an area of 18.535 km 2. The provincial capital is Lambarene. As of 2013, 69.287 people lived there.

Mozambique Channel

The Mozambique Channel is a part of the Indian Ocean. Its between the Somali Sea to the north, the island nation of Madagascar in the east, and Mozambique in the west. It was the place of the World War II Battle of Madagascar. The channel is abou ...

Mudstone

A mudstone is a siliciclastic sedimentary rock which has a mixture of silt- and clay-sized particles. So, a mudstone is a type of mudrock with a more varied grain size than either siltstones or claystones. Alternatively, some sources say it is a ...

Muharraq

Muharraq, is Bahrains third largest city. It was the capital until 1923. The Muharraq Town was replaced by Manama as the capital of Bahrain. The city is on Muharraq Island. Bahrain International Airport is located on the island. Muharraq is home ...

Mull

Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides. It lies off the west coast of Scotland in the council area of Argyll and Bute. It has an area of 875.35 square kilometres 337.97 sq mi. Mull is the fourth largest Scottish island and the fo ...

Multan

Multan is a city in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the capital of the Multan District. Called the "City of the Saints", the history of the city goes back more than 5.000 years.

Multan Division

Multan Division was an administrative division of the Punjab of Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Multia

Multia is a municipality in Central Finland. About 1.800 people lived there in January 2014. Petajavesi is next to the municipalities of Keuruu, Petajavesi, Saarijarvi, Uurainen and Ahtari. Multia is established 1868. Multia is famous for its Ice ...

Mumbai

Mumbai is a natural harbor on the west coast of India, and is the capital city of Maharashtra state. It is Indias largest city, and one of the worlds most populous cities. It is the financial capital of India and is a global city, known for being ...

Municipality

A municipality is a word used for a city, a town or a village, or a small group of them. It has a clearly defined territory, and all the people living on that territory share one common local government. In most countries, a municipality is the s ...

Munro

A Munro is a Scottish mountain with a height over 3.000 feet. They are named after Sir Hugh Munro, who produced the first attempt at a catalogue of such hills, known as Munros Tables, in 1891. Munro did not set any measure of relative height by w ...

Murcia

Murcia is the capital of the autonomous community of Murcia, in Spain, and its biggest city, with a population of 410.000 in the city and more than 740.000 in the metropolitan area. The municipality is the seventh largest in Spain. The city is in ...

Murray River

The Murray River is the largest river in Australia. It starts high in the Snowy Mountains and flows mainly west until it gets to the sea near Goolwa, South Australia. For much of its length it forms the boundary between Victoria and New South Wal ...

Murray-Darling Basin

The Murray-Darling Basin is an area in Australia around the Murray and Darling Rivers. Three million Australians inside and outside the basin are directly dependent on its water. About 6 per cent of Australias total rainwater falls into the Murra ...

Murringo, New South Wales

Murringo is a small town in New South Wales. It is 25kms east of Young and 406 km west of the state capital, Sydney. The town was in the area often robbed by the bushranger, Ben Hall.

Muscat

Muscat is the capital and largest city of The Sultanate of Oman. It is the largest city in the mintaqah of Muscat. The city of Muscat has a population of 1.28 million people. The official language is Arabic and English is used as an additional la ...

Mutitjulu

Muṯitjulu is an Indigenous Australian town in the Northern Territory. It is inside Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, just east of Uluṟu. It is named after a knee-shaped waterhole at the base of Uluṟu. Its people are mostly Pitjantjatjara. There are ...

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