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Das Land und seine Krankheiten, geomedizinisch betrachtet

  • K. F. Schaller
Part of the Medizinische Länderkunde Geomedical Monograph Series book series (LÄNDERKUNDE, volume 3)

Zusammenfassung

Aus den vorausgegangenen Ausführungen geht hervor, daß Äthiopien in geographischer und ethnischer Hinsicht eine Sonderstellung auf dem afrikanischen Kontinent einnimmt. Das Land erhebt sich vom Meeresspiegel bis zu einer Höhe von über 4620 m. Fast alle in den Tropen möglichen Landschaftsformen finden sich in diesem Lande, das im Horn Afrikas eine besondere Lage einnimmt und durch seinen ausgesprochenen Hochlandcharakter vom tropischen Afrika deutlich unterschieden ist.

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