Annexed by Chile in 1888 the 63 square mile island is one of the world’s most isolated. It is approximately 5688miles (9154 km) east of Sydney and 2,180 miles (3,510 km) west of Chile. Easter Island has a maximum altitude of only 1,663 feet (507 meters) and has no permanent source of fresh water. Like many Pacific Islands, the physical landscape is dominated by volcanic topography and it was formed geologically by three extinct volcanoes.
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