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Route of the March

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COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES ON THE WORLD MARCH ROUTE


Oceania and East Asia:
Australia. East Timor. Japan. New Zealand. Papua New Guinea. Philippines.
Continental Asia:
Bahrain. Bangladesh. China. India. Iraq. Israel. Mongolia. Nepal. North Korea. Pakistan. Palestine. Russian Federation. South Korea. Turkey. United Arab Emirates.
Europe:
Austria. Belarus. Belgium. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Croatia. Czech Republic. Denmark. Estonia. Finland. Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. France. Germany. Gibraltar. Greece. Hungary. Iceland. Italy. Luxembourg. Netherlands. Norway. Poland. Portugal. Russian Federation. Serbia. Slovakia. Slovenia. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. Turkey. United Kingdom.
Africa:
Ruanda. Algeria. Angola. Benin. Burkina Faso. Cameroon. Côte d'Ivoire. D.R. of the Congo. Egypt. Gambia. Ghana. Guinea Bissau. Guinea Conakry. Kenya. Liberia. Mali. Mauritania. Morocco. Mozambique. Niger. Senegal. Sierra Leone. South Africa. Swaziland. Tanzania. Togo. Uganda. Zambia.
America:
Argentina. Bolivia. Brazil. Canada. Chile. Colombia. Costa Rica. Dominican Republic. Ecuador. El Salvador. Guatemala. Haiti. Honduras. Mexico. Nicaragua. Panama. Paraguay. Peru. United States. Uruguay. Venezuela.
Antarctica


The World March in Numbers:

Continents: 6
Countries: 90
Distance: 99,419 miles (160,000 kilometers)
Duration: 90 days

Transportation:
40 train trips (including the Trans Siberian)
100 trips by land (four-wheel-drive, bus, car, motorcycle, bicycle, etc.), including the segments from Paris to Dakar and from North to South America through the Andes Mountains.
14 trips by air.
25 trips by sea (ship, barge, canoe, etc.)

Climates: the March will pass through all climates, from mild and temperate - crossing through Mediterranean, continental, tropical, and desert zones - to polar. From the Siberian Steppes, through the Sahara desert and the Atacama Desert (the driest in the world), to Antarctica.
Seasons: in 90 days the March will pass twice through all 4 seasons of the year.

Altitude: during the journey the March will climb to altitudes of more than 16,400 feet (5,000 meters)
Permanent team: 50 members.
Border crossings: 160
Co-organizing institutions: 500
Collaborating and supporting institutions: 3,000
Visits with governments and political representatives: 100
Spiritual centers: 25

Participants in the tour: 1 million
Virtual participants: 10 million



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