Hanga Roa, Easter Island / Chile
Hanga Roa is the capital located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean Easter Island belonging to Chile. The 3,300-inhabitant city is located on the south west coast of the island. It is the only settlement and home to all important infrastructure facilities of the island. Here is also the only port of the island. Economically, the city lives almost exclusively from tourism.
An anthropological museum displays artifacts from the island's history and informa about the Rapa Nui culture. In town is also Cook's Bay, the place is where the British explorer James Cook landed in 1722.