Rapa Nui (Isla de Pascua, Easter Island) is a remote inhabited island in the southeastern Pacific famous for the Moai statues. It is part of Chile.

flag of Rapa Nui, from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Rapa_Nui,_Chile.svg Easter Island (Spanish: Isla de Pascua, Polynesian: Rapa Nui) is an isolated island in the southeast Pacific Ocean, far off the coast of of which it is a part. The official language is Spanish. The currency is the Chilean peso (CLP).

Easter Island is famous for the Moai statues carved by the Rapa Nui culture.

Moai, photo by Aurbina

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