BURMA

The geography of Burma is quite rugged, with steep mountains running along its eastern and western borders. This is contrasted by rivers and valleys throughout the center of the country.

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Geography of Mandalay

Mandalay, Burma, the nation's second largest city. It is on the Irrawaddy River in north-central Burma, some 350 miles (560 km) north of Rangoon, the national capital.

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  • Geography of Burma
    Geography of Burma

    Burma, the traditional name of a country in southeastern Asia whose official name is Union of Myanmar. See more »

  • Geography of Mandalay
    Geography of Mandalay

    Mandalay, Burma, the nation's second largest city. It is on the Irrawaddy River in north-central Burma, some 350 miles (560 km) north of Rangoon, the national capital. See more »

  • Geography of Moulmein
    Geography of Moulmein

    Moulmein, Burma, a port on the Andaman Sea at the mouth of the Salween River, 100 miles (160 km) east of Rangoon. See more »

  • Geography of Rangoon
    Geography of Rangoon

    Rangoon (Burmese: Yangon), Burma, the nation's capital and largest city. It is on the Rangoon River on the delta of the Irrawaddy River, about 25 miles (40 km) north of the Andaman Sea. See more »

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