WHAT ARE THE GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES OF AMSTERDAM ?

Amsterdam is the capital of Netherlands. "I need to know where it is Amsterdam. It is located in North, South, West, East, South-East, North-West, North-East, South-West of Greenwich? How do I know exactly precisely the european location city of Amsterdam? Who tells me how to find the exact location in the World of the Netherlands city? Who tells me what is and what are the latitude and longitude of Amsterdam ? I need the latitude and longitude of Amsterdam for a school project. How can I find, search online these geographic coordinates?" How to calculate the latitude and how to calculate the longitude of a point? How to identify an exact point on Earth? On Earth in which exact location is the city of Amsterdam to the equator and the Greenwich meridian? If you do not know what are the coordinates of Amsterdam with respect to the equator then here you will find what you need. The latitude and longitude are two fundamental coordinates to position anywhere on the earth's surface. Also the location of a human being can be traced precisely through the use of these two coordinates that are measured in degrees and fractions of a degree. But the city of Amsterdam where he is exactly where on the globe, in which the european region? Before giving the exact latitude and longitude of the city of Amsterdam, we give a precise definition of these two very important coordinates and they are based on satellite systems today such as GPS included in smartphones and tablets. After the two values found the Google map with a satellite representation of the city.

Latitude : in geography represents a coordinate that serves to determine the position of a point on the Earth's surface, that is, the angular distance of a point from the equator. This coordinate is measured in degrees and fractions of a degree along the arc of the meridian passing precisely for that point.

Longitude : in geography it is a coordinate that is used to determine the position of a point on the earth's surface, that is the angular distance of a point from the Greenwich meridian. This coordinate is measured in degrees and fractions of a degree along the arc of the meridian passing precisely for that point.