Lines of latitude, also called parallels,
run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the equator.
run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the prime meridian.
run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the equator.
run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the prime meridian.
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Imaginary lines running horizontally around the globe. Also called parallels, latitude lines are equidistant from each other. Each degree of latitude is about 69 miles (110 km) apart. Zero degrees (0°) latitude is the equator, the widest circumference of the globe. Latitude is measured from 0° to 90° north and 0° to 90° south—90° north is the North Pole and 90° south is the South Pole.