Chatham Island, Chile
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This article is about island in Chile. For other places, see Chatham Island (disambiguation).
|Adjacent bodies of water||Pacific ocean|
|Area||696 km2 (269 sq mi)|
|Coastline||355.0 km (220.59 mi)|
Cape Charles the southwest point of Chatham Island, is the most prominent of the many headlands in that vicinity. The cape is high, rugged, and barren.
- Islands of Chile @ United Nations Environment Programme
- World island information @ WorldIslandInfo.com
- South America Island High Points above 1000 meters
- United States Hydrographic Office, South America Pilot (1916)
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