Extreme points of China

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This is a list of the extreme points of China, compared both globally and within the country.

Global extreme points[edit]

Altitude[edit]

Highest attainable by transportation[edit]

The following are all located partially or completely in the Tibet Autonomous Region.

Highest geographical features[edit]

The following are all located partially or completely in the Tibet Autonomous Region.

Remoteness[edit]

Country extreme points[edit]

Altitude[edit]

Latitude and longitude[edit]

Continent[edit]

Totality of the territory[edit]

Hainan's southernmost tip (18°09′33″N 109°34′27″E / 18.15917°N 109.57417°E / 18.15917; 109.57417 (Southernmost point of Chinese territory), south-east of Sanya) is the undisputed southernmost point.

Railway stations[edit]

. From 19 December 2012, China extended rail service Eastwards to Fuyuan. 17 hours North West of Harbin. Latitude: 48.3639° Longitude: 134.2939° http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-12/19/content_16030755.htm

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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