You are here

Geographic coordinates of french southern territories

GPS coordinates

Country french southern territories
Geometry Type Point
latitude -49.25
longitude 69.167
DMS Lat 49° 15' 0" S
DMS Long 69° 10' 1.2" E
CSS Lat -49° 15' 0"
CSS Long 4h 36m 40.08s
UTM Easting 512,153.55
UTM Northing 4,544,738.88
UTM zone 42F
Category Countries
Country Code TF
Zoom Level 9
Coordinates of french southern territories is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format

Where is french southern territories on Map?

Satellite map of french southern territories

Road map of french southern territories shows where the location is placed.

french southern territories Infomation statics

capital Port-aux-Français
region Africa
subregion Southern Africa
demonym French
population 140
native Name Territoire des Terres australes et antarctiques françaises
Flag

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: -49.25, 69.167.

The French Southern and Antarctic Lands (French: Terres australes et antarctiques françaises, TAAF) is an Overseas Territory (French: Territoire d'outre-mer or TOM) of France. It consists of:

Adélie Land (Terre Adélie), the French claim on the continent of Antarctica.
Crozet Islands (Îles Crozet), a group in the southern Indian Ocean, south of Madagascar.
Kerguelen Islands (Archipel des Kerguelen), a group of volcanic islands in the southern Indian Ocean, southeast of Africa, approximately equidistant between Africa, Antarctica and Australia.
Saint Paul and Amsterdam Islands (Îles Saint Paul et Amsterdam), a group to the north of the Kerguelen Islands.
The Scattered Islands (Îles Éparses), a dispersed group of islands around the coast of Madagascar.The territory is sometimes referred to as the French Southern Lands (French: Terres australes françaises) or the French Southern Territories, usually to emphasize non-recognition of French sovereignty over Adélie Land as part of the Antarctic Treaty System.Approximately 150 (in the winter) to 310 (in the summer) persons live in the French Southern and Antarctic Lands but they are only military personnel, officials, scientific researchers and support staff. The territory has legally no permanent civilian population.On July 5, 2019, the French Austral Lands and Seas were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

There is currently no content classified with this term.