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チリ

June 21, 2022

チリ、正式にはチリ共和国は、南アメリカの西部にある国です。世界最南端の国であり、南極大陸に最も近い国です。東のアンデス山脈と西の太平洋の間の細長い土地を占めています。チリの面積は756,096平方キロメートル(291,930平方マイル)で、2017年の人口は1,750万人です。北はペルー、北東はボリビア、東はアルゼンチン、ドレイクパッセージと国境を接しています。はるか南に。チリはまた、太平洋諸島のフアンフェルナンデス、サライゴメス島、デスベントゥラダス、オセアニアのイースター島を支配しています。また、チリ領南極地域の下にある南極大陸の約1,250,000平方キロメートル(480,000平方マイル)を主張しています。国の首都で最大の都市はサンティアゴであり、その国語はスペイン語です。

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