Extreme points of Argentina

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This is a list of the extreme points of Argentina, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location, and the highest and lowest points.

Latitude and longitude

Argentina

¹ If the Argentine claims on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are considered, the southernmost point is Thule Island: 59°27′S 27°18′W / 59.450°S 27.300°W / -59.450; -27.300 (Thule Island (South/claim)). If Argentine Antarctica claims are considered (in contradiction of the Antarctic Treaty) the southernmost point is at the South Pole (90°0′S 0°0′W / 90.000°S -0.000°E / -90.000; -0.000 (South Pole (South/claim))).
² If Argentine Antarctica claims are considered (in contradiction of the Antarctic Treaty) the westernmost part is the 74ºW meridian over Antarctica.
³ If the Argentine claims on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are considered, the easternmost point is Montagu Island: 58°25′S 26°23′W / 58.417°S 26.383°W / -58.417; -26.383 (Montagu Island (East/claim)).

Argentina (mainland)

Altitude








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