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Los Hermanos Archipelago

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Los Hermanos Archipelago

Satellite view

The Los Hermanos Archipelago is a chain of seven rocky barren islets that is part of the Federal Dependencies of Venezuela, at .[1][2][3]

The individual islands are:

  • Isla La Orquilla
  • Islote El Rajao
  • Isla Los Morochos
  • Islote Papelón
  • Isla Grueso
  • Isla Pico (Isla Pando)
  • Isla Fondeadero
  • Isla Chiquito

See also


  1. ^ Vila, Marco Aurelio. 1967: Aspectos geográficos de las Dependencias Federales. Corporación Venezolana de Fomento. Caracas. 115p.
  2. ^ Cervigon, Fernando. 1995: Las Dependencias Federales. Academia Nacional de la Historia. Caracas. 193p.
  3. ^ Hernández Caballero, Serafín (Editor). 1998: Gran Enciclopedia de Venezuela. Editorial Globe, C.A. Caracas. 10 volúmenes. ISBN 980-6427-00-9 ISBN 980-6427-10-6
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