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How Can I Find Distance between Cities?

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The distance between cities can be calculated using their co-ordinates in a map, in an Atlas. This is done by measuring the distance between them with a string, then placing the string over a half-meter ruler. The distance found is then converted on a scale provided on the map to get the actual distance between the cities.
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There are several websites that have distance tool that enables you to calculate the distance between two cities. Some of these sites include 'Geobytes', 'autoblog' and 'Yell'.
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