Matua Island

Matua is an uninhabited volcanic island near the center of the chain in the in the northwest Pacific Ocean, 16 kilometers across Golovnin Strait from . Its name is derived from the Ainu language, from “hellmouth”.
Latitude
48.0833° or 48° 5' north
Longitude
153.2167° or 153° 13' east
Open Location Code
8RWM36M8+8M
Elevation
817 metres (2,680 feet)
Geo­Names ID
2123413

Also Known As

  • Achinese: Pulo Matua
  • Azerbaijani: Matua adası
  • Basque: Matua
  • Belarusian: Востраў Матуа
  • Belarusian: Матуа
  • Bulgarian: Матуа
  • Catalan: ostrov Matua
  • Cebuano: Ostrov Matua
  • Chinese: 松輪島
  • Chinese: 松轮岛
  • Chinese: 馬圖阿島
  • Chinese: 马图阿岛
  • Czech: Matua
  • Dutch: Matoea
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: ماتوا
  • English: Matsuwa
  • English: Matua
  • French: Matoua
  • German: Matsua
  • German: Matsuwa
  • German: Matua
  • Hebrew: מאטואה
  • Indonesian: Pulau Matua
  • Italian: Isola di Matua
  • Italian: Matua
  • Japanese: サリチェフ山
  • Japanese: マツワ島
  • Japanese: マトゥア島
  • Japanese: 松輪島
  • Kazakh: Matwa
  • Kazakh: Матуа
  • Kazakh: ماتۋا
  • Korean: 마투아 섬
  • Norwegian: Matua
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Matua
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Matsuwa
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Matua
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Матуа
  • Polish: Matua
  • Russian: Матуа
  • Russian: Мацуа
  • Russian: Остров Матуа
  • Spanish: Matua
  • Matau Island
  • Matsua-jima
  • Matsuwa-jima
  • Matsuwa-tō
  • Matsuwa Island
  • Matuwa Tô
  • Ostrov Matsuva
  • Ushichi Island
  • 마투아섬

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