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  5. Ethiopia Category: Geography - Irrigated land (sq km): 2,900 sq km (2003)

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Greece Facts Info Stuff (GR):

Greece Latitude Facts: 38.7676040494938 and Greece Longitude Facts: 23.0805399325084

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  3. Kazakhstan Category: Communications - Television broadcast stations: 12 (plus 9 repeaters) (1998)

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Greece Regions are: Aitolia kai Akarnania Akhaia Argolis Arkadhia Arta Attiki Dhodhekanisos Drama Evritania Evros Evvoia Florina Fokis Fthiotis Grevena Ilia Imathia Ioannina Iraklion Kardhitsa Kastoria Kavala Kefallinia Kerkira Khalkidhiki Khania Khios Kikladhes Kilkis Korinthia Kozani Lakonia Larisa Lasithi Lesvos Levkas Magnisia Messinia Pella Pieria Preveza Rethimni Rodhopi Samos Serrai Thesprotia Thessaloniki Trikala Voiotia Xanthi Zakinthos

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook