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The Cook Islands are a self-governing parliamentary democracy in free association with , located in Polynesia, in the middle of the , between to the east and to the west.
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is by far the most populated of the and is the capital.

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is an island in the , a 45 minute flight from the capital island of .

is an island in . It is the third largest, third most populous, and third most visited island in the Cook Island group.

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The Southern are a loose group of mostly volcanic, hilly islands and a few coral atolls.

The Northern are a loose group of low, coral atolls that see little tourism.

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Cook Islands

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 21,400
  • Latitude of center: 21° 14' 17.5" (21.2382°) south
  • Longitude of center: 159° 46' 30.7" (159.7752°) west
  • Elevation: 125 meters (410 feet)
  • Capital: Avarua
  • Area: 240 km² (93 miles²)
  • Languages: English and Maori
  • Currency: Dollar (NZD)
  • Phone code: 682
  • Internet domain: .ck
  • Wikidata: Cook Islands
  • Wikimedia Commons: Cook Islands

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Achinese: Pulo-pulo Cook, Afrikaans: Cookeilande, Akan: Kook Nsupɔw, Amharic: ኩክ ደሴቶች, Arabic: جزر كوك, Armenian: Կուկի կղզիներ, Arpitan: Iles Cook, Asturian: Islles Cook, Azerbaijani: Kuk Adaları, Azerbaijani: Kuk adaları, Bambara: Kuki Gun, Bashkir: Кук утрауҙары, Basque: Cook Uharteak, Basque: Cook uharteak, Belarusian: Астравы Кука, Belarusian: Кука астравы, Bengali: কুক দ্বীপপুঞ্জ, Bishnupriya: কোক দ্বীপমালা, Bosnian: Cookova Ostrva, Bosnian: Kukova Ostrva, Breton: Inizi Cook, Bulgarian: Кук, Bulgarian: Острови Кук, Burmese: ကွတ်ကျွန်းစု, Burmese: ကွတ် ကျွန်းစု, Catalan: Illes Cook, Chinese: 库克群岛, Cornish: Ynysow Cook, Crimean Tatar: Kuk Adaları, Croatian: Cookovo Otočje, Croatian: Kukovi Otoci, Czech: Cookovy ostrovy
Danish: Cook-øerne, Danish: Cookøerne, Dhivehi: ކުކް ޖަޒީރާ, Dutch: Cookeilanden, Egyptian Arabic: جزر كوك, Esperanto: Kukinsuloj, Estonian: Cooki saared, Ewe: Kook ƒudomekpo nutome, Extremaduran: Islas Cook, Faroese: Cooksoyggjarnar, Finnish: Cookinsaaret, French: Iles Cook, French: Îles Cook, Fulah: Duuɗe Kuuk, Gagauz: Cook Adaları, Galician: Illas Cook, Ganda: Bizinga bya Kkuki, Georgian: კუკის კუნძულები, German: Cookinseln, Greek: Νήσοι Κουκ, Gujarati: કુક આઇલેન્ડ્સ, Hausa: Tsibiran Kuku, Hebrew: איי קוק, Hindi: कुक द्वीपसमूह, Hungarian: Cook-szigetek, Icelandic: Cookeyjar, Icelandic: Cooks-eyjar, Icelandic: Cookseyjar, Ido: Insuli Cook, Indonesian: Kepulauan Cook, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Insulas Cook, Irish: Oileáin Cook
Italian: Isole Cook, Japanese: クック諸島, Javanese: Kapuloan Cook, Kannada: ಕುಕ್ ದ್ವೀಪಗಳು, Kara-Kalpak: Kuk atawları, Kazakh: Кук аралдары, Kikuyu: Visiwa vya Cook, Kinyarwanda: Ibirwa bya Kuke, Kirghiz: Кук аралдары, Korean: 쿡제도, Korean: 쿡 제도, Kurdish: Giravên Cook, Latin: Insulae de Cook, Latvian: Kuka Salas, Latvian: Kuka salas, Ligurian: Isoe Cook, Limburgan: Cookeilenj, Lingala: Bisanga bya Kookɛ, Lithuanian: Kuko Salos, Lithuanian: Kuko salos, Lower Sorbian: Cookowe kupy, Luba-Katanga: Lutanda lua Kookɛ, Macedonian: Кукови Острови, Malagasy: Nosy Kook, Malay (macrolanguage): Kepulauan Cook, Malayalam: കുക്ക് ദ്വീപുകൾ, Malayalam: കൂക്ക് ദ്വീപുകള്‍, Maori: Kuki Airani, Marathi: कुक बेटे, Marathi: कूक द्वीपसमूह, Mazanderani: کوک جزایر, Min Nan Chinese: Cook Kûn-tó
Nepali (macrolanguage): कुक टापु, Newari: कूक टापू, Northern Sami: Cook-sullot, Norwegian: Cookøyene, Norwegian Bokmål: Cookøyene, Norwegian Nynorsk: Cookøyane, Occitan (post 1500): Illas Cook, Old English (ca. 450-1100): Cōcīega, Oriya (macrolanguage): କୁକ ଦ୍ଵୀପପୁଞ୍ଜ, Oriya (macrolanguage): କୁକ୍ ଆଇସଲ୍ୟାଣ୍ଡ, Ossetian: Кучы сакъадæхтæ, Panjabi: ਕੁੱਕ ਟਾਪੂ, Persian: جزایر کوک, Polish: Wyspy Cooka, Portuguese: Ilhas Cook, Romanian: Insulele Cook, Romansh: Inslas Cook, Rundi: Iinga rya Kuku, Russian: Острова Кука, Sango: âzûâ Kûku, Serbian: Кукова Острва, Serbo-Croatian: Kukova Ostrva, Shona: Zvitsuwa zveCook, Sicilian: Ìsuli Cook, Sinhala: කුක් දිවයින්, Sinhala: කුක් දූපත්, Slovak: Cookove ostrovy, Slovenian: Cookovi otoki, Slovenian: Cookovo otočje, Somali: Jaziiradda Cook, Spanish: Islas Cook, Sundanese: Kapuloan Cook
Swahili (macrolanguage): Visiwa vya Cook, Swedish: Cooköarna, Tagalog: Kapuluang Cook, Tamil: குக் தீவுகள், Tatar: Кук утраулары, Telugu: కుక్ దీవులు, Thai: หมู่เกาะคุก, Tibetan: ཀཱུག གླིང་ཕྲེན་རྒྱལ་ཁབ།, Tibetan: ཁོ་ཁེ་གླིང་ཚོམ།, Tigrinya: ኩክ ደሴቶች, Tonga (Tonga Islands): ʻOtumotu Kuki, Tosk Albanian: Cookinseln, Turkish: Cook Adaları, Uighur: Kuk Taqim Aralliri, Ukrainian: Острови Кука, Upper Sorbian: Cookowe kupy, Urdu: جزائر کک, Urdu: کک آئلینڈز, Uzbek: Kuk orollari, Venetian: Isole Cook, Vietnamese: Quần Đảo Cook, Vietnamese: Quần đảo Cook, Waray (Philippines): Kapuropod-an Cook, Welsh: Ynysoedd Cook, Western Mari: Кук ошмаотывлӓ, Wolof: Dunu Kook, Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Etíokun Kùúkù, Yoruba: Àwọn Erékùṣù Cook, Yue Chinese: 曲克群島, Zulu: i-Cook Islands
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