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Interesting Exclaves of the United States

Tuesday, 20th October 2009 by

New writer: Randy Nickum Randy is a lifelong resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, in the Midwest U.S. He has travelled widely across his country as a consultant and has visited six of seven continents, missing only Australia so far. An exclave is defined as “a territory whose geographical boundaries lie entirely within the boundaries of another territory.” Practically speaking, it is a portion of one territory that cannot be reached by…

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