Liancourt Rocks

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Liancourt Rocks, Eastern Asia
latitude: 37.24167, longitude: 131.86667
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Liancourt Rocks is a group of islets in Eastern Asia at latitude 37°14′30.01″ North, longitude 131°52′00.01″ East.

OpenStreetMap images (and underlying map data) are freely available under OpenStreetMap License.

The Liancourt Rocks, also known as Dokdo (독도) or Tokto in Korean, and Takeshima (独島) in Japanese, are a group of small islets.

While South Korea has de facto control over the islets (as part of Ulleung County, North Gyeongsang), its sovereignty over them is contested by Japan (as part of Okinoshima, Shimane Prefecture).

For more information, see Liancourt Rocks on Wikipedia.