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Extreme points of the Caribbean

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Extreme points of the Caribbean

The following lists include the extreme and significant geographic points of the islands of the Caribbean Sea.


  • Extreme points 1
  • Highest points 2
  • Lowest points 3
  • Islands 4
  • Lakes 5
  • Rivers 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Extreme points

Highest points

Lowest points


  • Island of Cuba — most extensive island of the Caribbean at 104,556 km2 (40,369 square miles)
  • Hispaniola — tallest island of the Caribbean at 3175 m (10,417 feet) and second most extensive island of the Caribbean at 76,480 km2 (29,529 square miles)



See also


  1. ^ Pico Duarte is the highest point on the Island of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic, and all the islands of the Caribbean Sea
  2. ^ "Pico Duarte". Summits of the World. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 

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