Ancient China Geography
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What were some of the major geographical features of Ancient China?

Some of the geographical features were the harsh deserts, large and long rivers, and the Himalaya Mountains.

How did Chinaís geography make it difficult to travel and communicate and travel with other people and civilizations?

One geographical feature that made it hard to travel was itís harsh desert. They would get tired and maybe even die while traveling. Another geographical feature is the Himalaya Mountains. It was hard to go across or around it.


Where is China located today?

China is located in the eastern part of Asia. It is on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean. It is also by the East China Sea, Korea Bay, and Yellow Sea. It is one of the biggest countries in the world next to USA.

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What rivers did the ancient china civilization develop on?

Like every other ancient civilization China developed on a river. Not just one river they developed on two rivers. These rivers are called the Yellow River and the Yangzi River. The Yangzi River is the longest river in China. When the rivers would flood it left silt, which helped them practice agriculture.

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Why did the Chinese civilization develop there?

Ancient China developed along the Yangzi and Yellow River because of agriculture. When floods would happen it would leave good fertile soil called silt. This would make it easier to farm and make food.


What were some of the major geographical features of Ancient China?

Some of the geographical features were the harsh deserts, large and long rivers, and the Himalaya Mountains.

How did Chinaís geography make it difficult to travel and communicate and travel with other people and civilizations?

One geographical feature that made it hard to travel was itís harsh desert. They would get tired and maybe even die while traveling. Another geographical feature is the Himalaya Mountains. It was hard to go across or around it.
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