What is the Meaning of: Region | Concept and Definition of: Region

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
The concept of region (from latin regĭo) refers to a portion of territory determined by certain common characteristics or special circumstances, such as climate, topography or the means of Government.
A region is also a territorial division, defined by geographic, historical and social issues with several sub-divisions, namely, departments, provinces, cities, among others.
An administrative region is a regional division organized by the national State to facilitate the administration and governance of a country. These regions have an artificial origin, prepared by a law, beyond that the division take into account geographical or cultural criteria.
Means natural region the type of region that is determined by the physical geography. In these cases, what is taken into account when considering the division is the terrain, vegetation, hydrography among other factors.
In South America, for example, the pampas, the surface of which is approximately 750,000 square kilometres, is one of the largest geographical regions of this continent. It is a medium that covers several Plains through the Argentina, the Uruguay and the Brazil.
In the field of Zoology, the regions are each of the parties which can divide from outside the body of the animal. Thus, it is possible to determine the location (the place), the extension and the relationship of the various bodies.
Finally, in the world of fiction created by writer j. r. r. Tolkien, the forest of the Region is an area of the Kingdom (of "Middle-Earth") of Doriath.
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