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Main articles: Outline of Asia and Index of Asia-related articles

References to articles:

        Subregions of Asia

Special topics:

        Asian Century
        Asian cuisine
        Asian furniture
        Asian Games
        Asian Monetary Unit
        Asian people
        Eastern world
        Far East
        Fauna of Asia
        Flags of Asia
        Middle East
             o Eastern Mediterranean
             o Levant
             o Near East
        Pan-Asianism

Lists:

        List of cities in Asia
        List of metropolitan areas in Asia by population
        List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Asia

Many of Asia is hills mountains and snow

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Further reading
     Higham, Charles. Encyclopedia of Ancient Asian Civilizations. Facts on File library of
      world history. New York: Facts On File, 2004.
     Kamal, Niraj. "Arise Asia: Respond to White Peril". New Delhi:Wordsmith,2002, ISBN
      978-81-87412-08-3
     Kapadia, Feroz, and Mandira Mukherjee. Encyclopaedia of Asian Culture and Society.
      New Delhi: Anmol Publications, 1999.
     Levinson, David, and Karen Christensen. Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. New York:
      Charles Scribner's Sons, 2002.
External links
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