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The equator runs through the continents of Africa, Asia and South America. The equator spans nearly 25,000 miles, most of it across the ocean. The largest continent it crosses is Asia, and the smallest continent it cross...

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Cities located near or directly on the equator include Quito, Ecuador; Macapa, Brazil; Pontianak, Indonesia; and the Kenyan towns of Siriba and Nanyuki. In total, the equator passes directly through 13 countries, includi...

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The Equator passes through three of the seven continents: South America, Africa and Asia. Although it does not pass through the mainland of Asia, it does run through Indonesia and the Maldives, which are part of the cont...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

From smallest to largest, the seven continents are Australia, Europe, Antarctica, South America, North America, Africa and Asia. Asia is nearly six times the size of Australia.

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The names of the continents are Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica and Australia. Asia has both the largest area and the largest population, with about 3.8 billion people as of 2015.

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The continents that the Equator passes through include Australia and Oceania, South America, Africa and Asia. This imaginary line that circles the world traverses 13 countries: Kiribati in Australia and Oceania; Ecuador,...

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All the continents in the world are Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, South America, Australia/Oceania and Antarctica. Most of these continents are in the northern hemisphere.

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