Timoteo Domínguez Island

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Timoteo Domínguez Island
Isla Timoteo Domínguez
Isla martin garcia.png
Diagram of Timoteo Domínguez and Martín García Islands
Geography
Location Río de la Plata
Coordinates 34°10.2′S 58°15.4′W / 34.1700°S 58.2567°W / -34.1700; -58.2567Coordinates: 34°10.2′S 58°15.4′W / 34.1700°S 58.2567°W / -34.1700; -58.2567
Administration
Department Colonia

Timoteo Domínguez Island (Spanish: Isla Timoteo Domínguez) is a Uruguayan island off the Río de la Plata coast of Uruguay.

The Argentine exclave Martín García island is within the boundaries of Uruguayan waters; in 1973 both countries reached an agreement establishing Martín García as an Argentine territory and also as a nature reserve. In recent decades, river sediments gave birth to the very first dry limit between Argentina and Uruguay: the islands Martín García and Timoteo Domínguez are united.[1]

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