How far is Oxford from the North Pole? Oxford is located 2,643.49 mi (4,254.29 km) south of the North Pole.Equator: 3,576.86 mi (5,756.40 km)
How far is Oxford from the equator and on what hemisphere is it? Oxford is 3,576.86 mi (5,756.40 km) north of the equator, so it is located in the northern hemisphere.South pole: 9,797.90 mi (15,768.19 km)
How far is it from Oxford to the South Pole? From Oxford to the South Pole, it is 9,797.90 mi (15,768.19 km) in the north.Antipode: -51.752277,178.744176
Where do I get to when I dig a hole in Oxford through the centre of the earth? This is the point on the Earth's surface when you draw a straight line from Oxford through the centre of the earth.Furthest cities from Oxford
Which city (at least 500,000 inhabitants) is furthest away and what is the distance from Oxford?
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