Topographische Karte Indiens


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Indien ist ein Land von Hügeln, Flüssen, Hochebenen, Ebenen, Stränden, Deltas und Wüsten. Sie hat viel, um Reisenden und Touristen anzubieten. Die meisten nördlichen Staaten von Indien liegen in der Himalaja-Bergkette. Zentrale und östliche Indien besteht aus ergiebiger Indo-Gangetic Ebene. Im Westen ist die Thar Wüste. Die südliche indische Halbinsel ist aus Dekkan Plateau, das zwei hügelige Küstengebiete hat, WesternGhats und OstGhats, zusammengesetzt. Für den Grundstücksmakler ist Indien ein Land von Gelegenheiten, weil ausländische Touristen sich oft für Kauf oder Vermietung von Gutshäusern, Hügelerholungsorten, Strandhäusern, usw. interessieren und die sind von Einheimischen hypothekarisch verfügbar.

Last Updated on : October 17, 2017



     


     

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