Pakistan Lexi Simpson

Location

Pakistan is in the Northern and Eastern Hemisphere on the continent of Asia.

The countries surrounding Pakistan are Iran, Afghanistan, India, and China.

Islambad is the capital city of Pakistan. 34°N 73°E are it's coordinates.

Physical Features

Pakistan is in the warm temperate zone. Also it's between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer

The Indus River flows throughout South Asia. It's a beautiful river to be seen.

The Balochistan Plateau is west of the Kithar and Sulaiman Mountains. It's around 600 to 900 meters.

Population

The country's total population is 168 million people and it scores 6th in world ranking population.

The population density is pretty high being 626 people per square mile meaning it's crowded. It scores 55th in world ranking population density.

The grow rate is 1.8% which is pretty fast for a growth rate. It's fertility rate is 2.86 births per women.

The five largest cities in Pakistan have populations in the millions.

Karachi, Sindh Pakistan

I would say he country is sill developing. For one the Literacy rate is 54.9% which is only about half the population that can read. also the Life expectancy or a developed countries is around 80 or higher, although Pakistan's Lie expectancy is hat of a developing countries range of 60 to 70. Finally the GDP per capita is much lower than that of a developed country, it's GDP per capita is $3100. So that concludes that Pakistan is still an ever growing country and has yet to become a developed one.

Culture

The mains languages in Pakistan are Punjabi, Sindhi, Saraiki, Pashto, Urdu.

The main religions are Islam and Sunni.

Mohenjo-Daro is a historical place in Pakistan. it's part of the Larkana District. The ruins take place at least around 3000BC. So it's at least 5000 years old.

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Created with images by SEDACMaps - "Pakistan: Population Density, 2000"

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