Around 3,700 kilometres west of the Chilean mainland lies the world’s most remote inhabited island. In a nutshell:
Easter Island, which measures 10 by 15 miles, was formed in the South Pacific when three volcanoes erupted from the sea. It is best known for its huge, 100-ton volcanic stone moai (statues). Only a few of the sculptures, which average 20 feet in height, are upright and in their original places. Others can be seen...
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