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Mapa Oceania Continent

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Mapa Oceania Continent: Illustrator
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Physical Oceania Continent Map. This map is ideal to visit the main geographic features of the continent. You can see the borders with other continents and the oceans, and the many rivers and the main mountain ranges that cross Oceania. Finally, you can see the many islands of Oceania.

Mapa Oceania Continent

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Oceania was originally conceived as the lands of the Pacific Ocean, stretching from the Straits of Malacca to the coast of the Americas. It comprised four regions: Polynesia, Micronesia, Malaysia, and Melanesia. Included are parts of three geological continents, Eurasia, Australia, and Zealandia, as well the non-continental volcanic islands of the Philippines, Wallacea, and the open Pacific. It extends to Sumatra in the west, the Bonin Islands in the northwest, the Hawaiian Islands in the northeast, Rapa Nui and Sala y Gómez Island in the east, and Macquarie Island in the south, but excludes Taiwan and the Ryukyu, Japanese, and Aleutian Islands of the margins of Asia.