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Mountainous relief of Grande-Terre
Oriented along a north-west/south-east axis, Grande-Terre - the main island of New Caledonia - stretches on approximately 248mi (400km) long by 31mi (50km) wide. Its relief is mostly mountainous with a Central chain which spreads over the entire length of the island and separates it into a West Coast and an East Coast. Several peaks rise above 3,280ft (1,000m). Among them, the Humboldt massif (5,308ft/1,618m) to the south and the Panié massif (5,344ft/1,629m) to the north are the two highest points of the archipelago.
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