Tâi-oân tē-lí

Tâi-uân tē-lí (ing-gú : Geography of Taiwan) sū-su̍t Tâi-uân ê tē-lí kài-hóng, pau-kuat Tâi-uân pún-tó, Phêⁿ-ô͘ Kûn-tó, Tiò-hî-tâi Lia̍t-tó tíng-tíng ê hù-sio̍k kûn-tó. Koh-kah ku-soaⁿ-tó, Le̍k-tó, Lân-sū, liû-kiû-sū (sió liû-khiû) tíng-tíng tsiu-piñ kò-pia̍t ê tó-sū.

Tâi-uân tē-lí
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Tâi-uân tang-pōo tuā-pōo-hūn sī suañ-tē, m̄-koh se-pōo tuān-pōo-hūn sī sió-tshu-pho pîng-guân. Phêñ-ôo lia̍t-tó tō uī-teh Tâi-uân pún-tó sai-pîng ê Tâi-uân hái-kiap.
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Region Tang A-chiu
Area Ranked 139[1]
 • Total 35,980 km2 (13,890 sq mi)
 • Land 89.7%
 • Water 10.3%
Coastline 1,566.3 km (973.3 mi)
Highest point Gio̍k-san, 3,952 m (12,966 ft)
Climate Lia̍t-tài hái-iûñ-sìng khì-hāu[1]
Natural resources sió-bú-hun tôo-thuàñ thû-liōng, natural gas, limestone, marble, tsio̍h-mî, lông-tē[1]
Environmental issues Khong-khì u-jiám; Tsuí u-jiám from industrial emissions, raw sewage; contamination of drinking water; trade in endangered species; low-level radioactive waste disposal[1]
Exclusive economic zone 83,231 km2 (32,136 sq mi)

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