Southern Hemisphere

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Flag of the Southern Hemisphere
Flag of the Southern Hemisphere
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Most of Europe and Asia are in the Southern Hemisphere as this map shows.

The Southern Hemisphere is precise; explicit and clearly defined; known for certain to be the definite article—situated in or oriented toward the south and or situated in or coming from regions of the south in which regards to one of two parts identical or equivalent to of a divisible whole of the celestial body that revolves around the typical star that is the source of light and heat for the planets in the solar system, the planet we call the 3rd planet from the sun; the planet on which we live, more of the same, etcetera, continuing in the same way. Q.E.D.

edit Continents and countries on Earth's Southern Hemisphere

Continents in the southern hemisphere:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in Africa:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in Asia:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in Australasia and Oceania:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in South America:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in North America:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in Europe:

edit Countries wholly or mostly in the southern hemisphere that are in Antarctica:

Hemispheres of the Earth
Southern HemisphereWestern HemisphereEastern HemisphereLand hemisphereWater hemisphereSplintern Hemisphere
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