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How would I go about finding the names of the time zones all over the world? Just as we name ours Pacific, Central, etc. I would like to know what people in France or Russia call their time zones (preferably translated into English). I have not found an atlas or resource that tells me this.



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Just an idea: try a good travel guide for the country you are interested in.

Hawley


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