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What is the location of latitude 37.6966131 by longitude 113.0670498?

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Check it on an atlas or globe

Posted on Apr 19, 2017

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  • Bill Boyd Apr 20, 2017

    the location is cedar city , I believe is in utah

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    Richard Browne Apr 20, 2017

    Yes sir it is. Thank you so much for your help. Much obliged

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You can definitely route using co-ordinates, this search option can found under "Where To?" it may be located a couple of pages down so go through the pages to see "Co-Ordinates" from here you would be able to enter your latitude and longitude.

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