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South-Central Asia

  • Afghanistan

    Afghanistan (full name, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan) covers an area...

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  • Bangladesh

    Bangladesh (full name, People's Republic of Bangladesh) covers an area...

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  • Bhutan

    Bhutan (full name, Kingdom of Bhutan) covers an area of approximately...

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  • India

    India (full name, Republic of India) covers an area of approximately 3.1...

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    £8.95

  • Iran

    Iran (full name, Islamic Republic of Iran) covers an area of approximately...

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    £2.50

  • Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan (full name, Republic of Kazakhstan) covers an area of approximately...

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    £8.95

  • Kyrgyzstan

    Kyrgyzstan (full name, Kyrgyz Republic) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Nepal

    Nepal covers an area of approximately 147,000 sq km. Its terrain consists...

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  • Pakistan

    Pakistan (full name, Islamic Republic of Pakistan) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka (full name, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka) is an...

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  • Tajikistan

    Tajikistan covers an area of approximately 143,000 sq km. The Pamir and...

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  • Turkmenistan

    Turkmenistan covers an area of approximately 488,100 sq km with a terrain...

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  • Uzbekistan

    Uzbekistan covers an area of approximately 447,400 sq km with a terrain...

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South-Central Asia

Encompassing a part of the world reaching from Kazakhstan, southwest of Russia, to the islands off the southern tip of India, and from Iran eastwards to Bangladesh - south-central Asia is geographically stunning, culturally historic and politically turbulent. Covering such a large area, south-central Asia features many climatic regions, from hot/wet tropical to hot/dry desert conditions. In terms of landscape, the region incorporates vast areas of flat steppe in the north giving way to deserts and the mighty Himalayas of Northern India and Nepal. To the west, in Afghanistan, the terrain is harsh, rugged and mountainous, diminishing gradually towards Iran. The further one heads south in the region, the more sub-tropical the climate becomes, with Sri Lanka and the Maldives experiencing practically tropical conditions.