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Why were culture hearths important?

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  1. Carlitos96
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    A cultural hearth is a "heartland", a foundation of a major culture. There are seven main culture hearths which include the Nile Valley Indus Valley, Wei-Huang Valley, Ganges Valley, Mesopotamia, Mesoamerica, West Africa, and Andean America. Many of the ideas and improvements that start up in these hearths spread to other parts of the world. Modern cultural hearths include cities such as London and Tokyo. Other things such as major religions and many inventions have come from the Middle East such as the wheel, plow, sail, and our alphabet.

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