Chile is located in southwestern South America, at the Western side of The Andes mountains, latitude 18 degrees and 57 degrees, longitude between 81.5 and 68.5 degrees. At its east side is Argentina and in the North borders are Peru and Bolivia, with the Pacific ocean at its west side and finally Antarctica at the South. The coastline is about 10 thousand kilometers long with 4352 kilometers long from north to south, from east to west the narrowest distance is 96.8 kilometers and the widest is 362.3 kilometers. It is the most narrowest country in the world. Chile has a land area of 756.626 square kilometers where the continental area is 756.253 square kilometers, and the island area is 373 square kilometers, ranking seventh in South American countries.
       Chile, is like a long and thin pen, from north to south for 4270 kilometers. If you put it on a map of China, you'll have to stretch from the northernmost part of Heilongjiang province to Paracel Islands. And the width of the land between the East-West average of only 180 kilometers, but equivalent to the distance between Shanghai and Hangzhou, only 1/24 of the length of the territory, can be called the narrowest territory on the world.
       
As the country stretches across 38 latitudes and has different geographical conditions, Chile's climate is complex and diverse, it's difficult to sum up Chile's climate in one sentence. According to Cobain Climate Classification, in Chile at least including seven majors climate type, including the Northern desert ,East and southeast of the alpine tundra and icebergs, humid subtropical climate of Easter Island, southern Chile, Marine climate and Mediterranean climate in central Chile. In most parts of the country, there are four seasons: Summer (December to February), autumn (March - May), Winter (June - August) and Spring (September - November).


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