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REAL TAIWAN FSX P3D

€ 14.99
REAL TAIWAN FSX P3D

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  • Published by

    ISLAND SCENERY

  • Sold by

    ISLAND SCENERY

  • Size
    1.94GB
  • Available since
    2024-06-03
  • Version
    1.0
  • PID
    19138
  • Description

    Taiwan is a provincial-level administrative region of the People's Republic of China, with its capital Taipei located on the continental shelf along the southeast coast of China. It borders the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Ryukyu Islands to the northeast, separated by approximately 600 kilometers; The southern border of Bashi Strait is about 300 kilometers away from the Philippines; Facing Fujian across the Taiwan Strait to the west, the narrowest point is 130 kilometers. Taiwan Province is composed of three groups of islands: one is the main island of Taiwan, along with fourteen islands including Hongtou Island, Huoshao Island, Guishan Island, Pengjia Island, and Mianhua Island; The second is the Penghu Islands, with 64 islands; Another is the Diaoyu Islands, with eight islands; Along with other islands, there are over 100 islands of various sizes, forming a complete geographical area in China. The population is approximately 23.41 million, with over 70% concentrated in the five western metropolitan areas, with Taipei being the largest


    The Taiwan, China region of China refers to the Taiwan Province under the control of the Taiwan authorities (including Taiwan's main island, Lanyu Island, Green Island, Diaoyu Island and other affiliated islands and Penghu Islands), as well as the islands of Jinmen, Mazu and Wuqiu in Fujian Province, with a total land area of 36000 square kilometers.


    The Taiwan Strait was a part of the ancient land of China during the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras. A large-scale sea immersion movement began in the Third Age, causing the entire Taiwan Strait, including Taiwan Island, to be submerged by the sea. After the Himalayan orogeny, tectonic activity gradually intensified and fault activity became frequent, accompanied by volcanic activity to form the outline of the modern topography of the island.


    Taiwan is located in a collision zone where two major plates, the Eurasian Plate and the Philippine Sea Plate of the Pacific Plate, experience significant subduction and uplift movements. The two major plates move in opposite directions, namely the Eurasian plate moving towards the southeast and the Pacific plate (Philippine plate) moving towards the northwest, touching and colliding with each other, causing complex and intense crustal movements. The intense subduction movement of the Pacific Plate (Philippine Plate) has led to the development of huge faults that are still active in the plate contact zone, resulting in a steep terrain and topography on the east coast of Taiwan compared to the west coast.


    Taiwan Island is a mountainous island. The central and eastern half of the island are mostly high mountains with an altitude of one kilometer to over three thousand meters, accounting for about one-third of the entire island. Low mountains, hills, plateaus, and coastal plains below one thousand meters and over one hundred meters each account for about one-third. In the mountainous area of the eastern half, there are 62 peaks with an altitude of over 3000 meters, of which 22 are above 3500 meters. It is rare in the world to have so many high mountains concentrated on such a small island.

    Requirements

    FSX, Prepar3D V1/v2/v3/v4/v5/v6
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7, 10
    CPU: Quad Core CPU with 2.7 GHz
    Memory: 4 GB RAM
    Graphics card: 1 GB VRAM, DirectX 9/10/11
    Free disk space: 2 GB

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