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Kenya

. The highlands are bisected by the Great Rift Valley (Kenyan Rift Valley), with a fertile plateau lying to the east. The Kenyan Highlands comprise one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa. The highlands are the site of the highest point in Kenya and the second highest peak on the continent: Mount Kenya, which reaches ) can be seen from Kenya

of the pigeon pea is now enabling some farmers to buy assets, ranging from mobile phones to productive land and livestock, and is opening pathways for them to move out of poverty. Pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa. ICRISAT Posted 10 October 2012. Downloaded 26 January 2014. Tea, coffee, sisal, pyrethrum, corn, and wheat are grown in the fertile highlands, one of the most successful agricultural


Madagascar

, the low plains rise to central highlands. The highlands are bisected by the Great Rift Valley (Kenyan Rift Valley); a fertile plateau lies in the east. The Kenyan Highlands comprise one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa. The highlands are the site of the highest point in Kenya (and the second highest in Africa): Mount Kenya, which reaches and is the site of glaciers. Mount Kilimanjaro (


Buenos Aires

; Central Argentina boasts a successful agricultural business, with crops grown on the Pampas south and west of Buenos Aires. Much of the area is also used for cattle and more recently to grow vineyards in the Buenos Aires wine region (Buenos Aires wines). These farming regions are particularly susceptible to flooding during heavy rainfall. label9 Largest urban agglomerations (2005) data9 Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


France

Louisbourg in New France. After finishing his primary education, Langdon served an apprenticeship as a clerk. He and his older brother, Woodbury Langdon, rejected the opportunity to join in their father's successful agricultural pursuits, and went to sea instead, apprenticed themselves to local naval merchants. '''Frederick William MacMonnies''' (September 28, 1863 – March 22, 1937) was the best known expatriate American (United States) sculptor (sculpture) of the Beaux-Arts school (École des Beaux-Arts), as successful and lauded in France as he was in the United States. He was also a highly accomplished painter (Painting) and portraitist. The '''Mittelland Canal''', also known as the '''Midland Canal''', ( Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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