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South Africa, Land and Resources

Great Escarpment, coastal regions, ridge, boundary, South Africa

South Africa stretches for some 1,500 km (950 mi) from east to west and 1,000 km (640 mi) from north to south. It has an area of 1,219,090 sq km (470,693 sq mi). A ridge called the Great Escarpment forms a boundary between the interior plateaus and the coastal regions.

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