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Which geographic feature served as a barrier to political unity and encouraged the rise of independent city-states in acient greece

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ConstanceSproul

The geographic feature which served as a barrier to political unity and encouraged the rise of independent city-states in Ancient Greece was the fact that many city-states were islands. Historically, if countries were made up of many different islands, this would isolate people from one another and this was prosperous for independent city-states in Ancient Greece.

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