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Pitcairn Islands

Parliamentary Democracy (British overseas territory)
Pitcairn Islands
Region:
Polynesia
Area:
49 km²
Local name:
Pitcairn
Capital:
Adamstown
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Geography

The Pitcairn Islands are a group of islands in the South Pacific, about 5500 km from South America and 5000 km from New Zealand. It is one of the most remote regions of the world. The dwarf state has a total area of only 49 km² (19 mi²) and a total coastline of 51 km (31.7 mi). This land area is about 1.5 times the size of Manhattan. The Pitcairn Islands are thus one of the smallest countries in Oceania by area and ranked 233rd worldwide. With 1.0 inhabitants per km² it is also the most sparsely populated country in Oceania.

The island group consists of 4 islands. The Pitcairn Islands have no direct neighbours. The distance between New York City and the Capital Adamstown is about 9,340 km (5,804 mi).

Population

Population:
50

Currency

The currency on the Pitcairn Islands is New Zealand Dollar (NZD).
1 Dollar is divided into 100 Cents.
Status: 07/28/2021
1 US Dollar = 1.44 Dollar
1 Dollar = 0.69 US Dollar
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Economy

Exportations:0.0 M $
Importations:0.0 M $

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