It is located in Polynesia in the middle of the Pacific Ocean about 3,800 kmts west of the town of Caldera. |
It is called by its inhabitants as Rapa Nui or Te Pito Te Henua and is the most remote inhabited island in the world. One of the main attractions of Chile, because of the great natural beauty and the enormous stone statues called moai are the silent witnesses of the ancient culture of ethnic rapanui which still retains its own language called Rapanui.
In 1966 was declared National Park and in 1995 was declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
The island has many tourist attractions such as the Rano Kao, Rano Raraku and Rano Aroi or Anakena beach and Ovahe.
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