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  3. Iran Category: Transportation - Waterways (km): 850 km (on Karun River; additional service on Lake Urmia) (2008)

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  5. Jamaica Category: Geography - Location: Caribbean, island in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba

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Honduras Latitude Facts: 14.8876335877863 and Honduras Longitude Facts: -87.5438167938931

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Honduras Regions are: Atlantida Choluteca Colon Comayagua Copan Cortes El Paraiso Francisco Morazan Gracias a Dios Intibuca Islas de la Bahia La Paz Lempira Ocotepeque Olancho Santa Barbara Valle Yoro

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