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Geography and Climate
Due to its massive size, the geography in District 6 varies greatly. It has a subarctic climate with cold temperatures and long winters.
The land around the edges of District 6 is rocky and uneven; mountain land with sparse grassland and large tundras, though lowlands tend to be dominated by large, dense, coniferous forests. These areas are particularly cold, and the snow there is heavy, particularly during the winter months.
Closer to the centre of the District the land flattens, the forest is much less dense, and the climate is warmer.
Due to the mountain and forest land, District 6's most dominant natural resources appear to be wood and rock.
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