What island is a archipelago?
Archipelago is actually a chain of islands, or a cluster of islands. Technically islands that are created through movement of our plates. Before many used Archipelago to refer to the Aegean Islands. Now it is generally used to refer to any island group or to a certain Sea containing a large number of scattered islands.
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It's in the the Mediterranean. See link.
Chateau d'If is the smallest island in Frioul Archipelago.
Portugal (the Azores), and the Maldives.
It belongs to the whitsunday Islands archipielago located norhteast of Australia. This Islands have been tourist oriented in their development.
The major islands in the Philippine Archipelago are Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
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An island is a body of land, smaller than a continent, completely surrounded by water. An archipelago is a series of islands that share a common origin, often volcanic. Th…e Big Island of Hawai'i is an island, while the set of islands comprising the state of Hawaii is an archipelago.
largest island in the antilles archipelago
In West Indies
An archipelago is a chain or cluster of islands.
The Philippines is an archipelago because it consists of a string of geologically related islands.
The islands of the Gili Archipelago are made up of three main islands: Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air. The islands are located in the Lombok Strait, to the exact nort…hwest of Lombok, and the climate is Tropical, with constant temperatures maintaining around 22-34 Celsius.
Crete is an island, the largest in Greece and the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean