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May 7, 2022

[Answer] Where do the equator and prime meridian intersect?

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...1. Persian Gulf 2. Gulf of Guinea 3. Hudson Bay 4. Sea of Japan




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Gulf of Guinea - The equator and prime meridian are invisible lines that circle the Earth, dividing the planet into Northern and Southern Hemispheres and Eastern and Western Hemispheres, respectively. The point at which the two lines meet is 0 degrees latitude and 0 degrees longitude — which happens to fall in the middle of the Gulf of Guinea, off the coast of West Africa in the Southern Atlantic Ocean. The intersection — which is located about 380 miles south of Ghana and 670 miles west of Gabon — is marked by a weather buoy. This important site is also the site of an imaginary island called Null Island, which was added to Natural Earth GIS Data in 2011 to help troubleshoot geocoding errors by mapping services. :


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