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Map of Chile

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  • The average temperature in Chile is 15.0 °C (59 °F).
  • The range of average monthly temperaturesis 12 °C.
  • The warmest average max/ high temperature is 30 °C (86 °F) in January.
  • The coolest average min/ low temperature is 3 °C (37 °F) in July.
  • Chile receives on average 357 mm (14.1 in) of precipitation annually or 30 mm (1.2 in) each month.
  • On balancethere are 62 days annually on which greater than 0.1 mm (0.004 in) of precipitation (rain, sleet, snow or hail) occurrs or 5 days on an average month.
  • The month with the driest weather is January when on balance 2 mm (0.1 in) of rain, sleet, hail or snow falls across 1 days.
  • The month with the wettest weather is June when on balance 85 mm (3.3 in) of rain, sleet, hail or snow falls across 10 days.
  • Mean relative humidity for an average year is recorded as 52.4% and on a monthly basis it rangesfrom 38% in January & December to 100% in July.
  • There is an average range of hours of sunshine in Chile of between 3.0 hours per day in June and 10.4 hours per day in January.
  • On balance there are 2462 sunshine hours annually and approximately 6.7 sunlight hours for each day.
  • On balance there are 44 days annually registering frost in Chile and in July there are on average 11 days with frost.
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Location: Southern South America, bordering the South Pacific Ocean, between Argentina and Peru
Geographic coordinates: 30 00 S, 71 00 W
Map references: South America
Area: total: 756,950 sq km land: 748,800 sq km water: 8,150 sq km note: includes Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) and Isla Sala y Gomez
Area - comparative: slightly smaller than twice the size of Montana
Land boundaries: total: 6,171 km border countries: Argentina 5,150 km, Bolivia 861 km, Peru 160 km
Coastline: 6,435 km
Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nm contiguous zone: 24 nm exclusive economic zone: 200 nm continental shelf: 200/350 nm
Climate: temperate; desert in north; Mediterranean in central region; cool and damp in south
Terrain: low coastal mountains; fertile central valley; rugged Andes in east
Elevation extremes: lowest point: Pacific Ocean 0 m highest point: Nevado Ojos del Salado 6,880 m
Natural resources: copper, timber, iron ore, nitrates, precious metals, molybdenum, hydropower
Land use: arable land: 2.65% permanent crops: 0.42% other: 96.93% (2001)
Irrigated land: 18,000 sq km (1998 est.)
Natural hazards: severe earthquakes; active volcanism; tsunamis
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Major cities in chile

Biggest city is Santiago, the capital. It's divided in "comunas" or districts with different city councils (such as Puente Alto, Las Condes, Providencia), but greater Santiago is just one city of over 6 million people.
Chile is divided in 15 regions now (two new regions appeared a couple months ago) and each one has a capital city, a fairly big city in some cases.
Some cities are right next to each other and if you consider them as one they are quite big. Such is the case of: Concepcion - Talcahuano - San Pedro (8th region) Valparaiso - Vina del Mar (5th region)
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