افتح القائمة الرئيسية

جغرافيا آسيا

الخريطة السياسية لآسيا.

Asia is the central and eastern part of أوراسيا, comprising approximately fifty countries. It has an area, including islands, of roughly 49,694,700 km². Asia is joined to Africa by the Isthmus of السويس and to Europe by a long border generally following the جبال الأورال.

Medieval Europeans considered Asia as a قارة, a distinct landmass. The European concept of the three continents in the العالم القديم goes back to classical antiquity with the علم تاريخ الألفاظ of the word rooted in the ancient Near and الشرق الأوسط. The demarcation between Asia and أفريقيا is the isthmus of السويس and the البحر الأحمر. The boundary between Asia and Europe is commonly believed to run through the الدردنيل, the Sea of Marmara, the Bosporus, the Black Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, the Caspian Sea, the Ural River to its source, and the Ural Mountains to the Kara Sea near Kara, روسيا. However, modern discovery of the extent of Africa and Asia made this definition rather anachronistic, especially in the case of Asia, which would have several regions that would be considered distinct landmasses if these criteria were used (for example, South Asia and East Asia).

Geologists and physical geographers no longer consider Europe and Asia to be separate continents. It is either defined in terms of geological landmasses (physical geography) or tectonic plates (geology). In the former case, Europe is a western peninsula of أوراسيا or the Africa-Eurasia landmass. In the latter, Europe and Asia are parts of the Eurasian plate, which excludes the Arabian and Indian tectonic plates.

In human geography, there are two schools of thought. One school follows historical convention and treats Europe and Asia as different continents, categorizing Europe, East Asia (the Orient), South Asia (British India), and the Middle East (Arabia and Persia) as specific regions for more detailed analysis. The other schools equate the word "continent" in terms of geographical region when referring to Europe, and use the term "region" to describe Asia in terms of physical geography. It is becoming increasingly common to substitute the term "region" for "continent" because in linguistic terms, "continent" implies a distinct landmass.

There is much confusion in European languages with the term "Asian", which almost always refers to a subcategory of people from Asia rather than referring to "Asian" defined in term of "Asia", because a category implies homogeneity. In American English, Asian refers to East Asians, while in British English, Asian refers to South Asians. Some definitions of Asia exclude Turkey, the Middle East, or Russia. The term is sometimes used more strictly in reference to Asia Pacific, which does not include the Middle East or Russia, but does include islands in the Pacific Ocean — many of which are considered part of Australasia or Oceania. Asia contains the Indian subcontinent, Arabian peninsula, as well as a piece of the North American plate in Siberia.

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فهرست

السمات الجغرافية الرئيسية

Southwest Asia is often called the الشرق الأوسط by Europeans and Americans. الشرق الأوسط (to some interpretations) is often used to also refer to some countries in شمال أفريقيا. Southwest Asia can be further divided into:

جدول المقاطعات والأقاليم

Name of territory,
with flag
Area
(km²)
Population
(1 July 2002 est.)
Population density
(per km²)
Capital
شرق آسيا:
  People's Republic of China[2] 9,584,492 1,284,303,705 134.0 بكين
  هونگ كونگ هونگ كونگ[3] 1,092 7,303,334 6,688.0
  اليابان 377,835 126,974,628 336.1 طوكيو
  Macau[3] 25 461,833 18,473.3
  منغوليا 1,565,000 2,694,432 1.7 Ulan Bator
  كوريا الشمالية 120,540 22,224,195 184.4 پيونگ يانگ
  كوريا الجنوبية 98,480 48,324,000 490.7 سيول
  Republic of China (Taiwan)[4] 35,980 22,548,009 626.7 Taipei
[[[جنوب شرق آسيا]]:
  Brunei 5,770 350,898 60.8 Bandar Seri Begawan
  كمبوديا 181,040 12,775,324 70.6 پنوم پن
  إندونسيا[5] 1,919,440 231,328,092 120.5 جاكرتا
  لاوس 236,800 5,777,180 24.4 ڤيتنام
  ماليزيا 329,750 27,721,769 84.1 كوالا لمپور
  بورما (ميانمار) 678,500 42,238,224 62.3 Naypyidaw
  الفلپين 300,000 84,525,639 281.8 Manila
  سنغافورة 693 4,452,732 6,425.3 سنغافورة
  تايلند 514,000 62,354,402 121.3 بانكوك
  East Timor (Timor-Leste)[5] 15,007 952,618 63.5 Dili
  ڤيتنام 329,560 81,098,416 246.1 Hanoi
جنوب آسيا:
  أفغانستان 647,500 27,755,775 42.9 كابول
  بنگلادش 144,000 133,376,684 926.2 دكا
  الهند 3,064,898 1,045,845,226 341.2 نيودلهي
قالب:Country data مالديڤ جزر المالديڤ 300 320,165 1,067.2 Malé
قالب:بيانات بلد نيپال نيپال 140,800 25,873,917 183.8 كاثماندو
  پاكستان 803,940 147,663,429 183.7 إسلام أباد
  سريلانكا 65,610 19,576,783 298.4 Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte


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مراجع

  1. ^ Monk, K.A. (1996). The Ecology of Nusa Tenggara and Maluku. Hong Kong: Periplus Editions Ltd. p. 7. ISBN 962-593-076-0. Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help)
  2. ^ The current state is formally known as the People's Republic of China (PRC), which is subsumed by the titular entity and civilisation
  3. ^ أ ب Hong Kong and Macau are Special Administrative Regions (SAR) of the People’s جمهورية الصين
  4. ^ Taiwan is a contested territory of the Republic of China (ROC) and claimed by the PRC (Taiwan, Province of China): the two are not co-terminous and the ROC is not recognised by the UN as a sovereign state
  5. ^ أ ب Indonesia and تيمور الشرقية are often considered transcontinental countries in Southeast Asia and أوقيانوسيا

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