Extreme points of Argentina

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This is a list of the extreme points of Argentina, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location, and the highest and lowest points.

Latitude and longitude[edit]

Argentina[edit]

¹ If the Argentine claims on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are considered, the southernmost point is Thule Island: 59°27′S 27°18′W / 59.450°S 27.300°W / -59.450; -27.300 (Thule Island (South/claim)). If Argentine Antarctica claims are considered (in contradiction of the Antarctic Treaty) the southernmost point is at the South Pole (90°0′S 0°0′W / 90.000°S -0.000°E / -90.000; -0.000 (South Pole (South/claim))).
² If Argentine Antarctica claims are considered (in contradiction of the Antarctic Treaty) the westernmost part is the 74ºW meridian over Antarctica.
³ If the Argentine claims on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are considered, the easternmost point is Montagu Island: 58°25′S 26°23′W / 58.417°S 26.383°W / -58.417; -26.383 (Montagu Island (East/claim)).

Argentina (mainland)[edit]

Altitude[edit]

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