TUGAS 4 (Hal 15)

1.   The Irish Cotton Mill is in Wexford. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for  light industry, one hundred and twelve kilometres south of Dublin and thirty two kilometres east of Waterford.

2.   The Kenian Safari park is in Kitale. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for leisure and recreation, three hundred and twenty kilometres north of Nairobi and one hundred and twenty kilometres east of Kisumu.

3.   The Norwaygian Hotel is in Alesund. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for Tourism, two hundred kilometres south of Trondheim and three hundred and twenty kilometres west of Oslo.

4.   The Scottish Sports complex is in Aviemore. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for General Industrial use, one hundred and seventy five kilometres north of Glasglow and fourty eight kilometres south of Inverness.

5.   The Japanese Steel Factory is in Nagoya. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for heavy industry, one hundred  and eighty kilometres east of Osaka and two hundred kilometres west of Tokyo.

6.   The Spainish Art Gallery is in Cordoba. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for Cultural activities, two hundred kilometres north of Malaga and one hundred fivety kilometres east of Seville.

7.   The Turkish Warehouse is in Izmir. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for conservation, five hundred kilometres south of Istanbul and seven hundred  and fifty kilometres west of Ankara.

8.   The Canadian Nature park is in Dog Creek. It is situated in an area which is scheduled for preservation, four hundred kilometres north of Vancouver and one hundred and fifty kilometres east of Saskatchewan

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