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[Brief] Location: Located in the southeast Pacific Ocean, 27 07'41 .51 S, 109 22'12 .08 W Island type: volcanic island Their respective countries: Chile Size: 117 square kilometers Population: 3791 (2002 statistics) Race: Polynesian species Languag
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Kakadu National Park in northern Australia in Darwin, capital of the eastern city 200 kilometers (about 100 east of Darwin Qianmi Chu). Area of 19,804 square kilometres (equivalent to the French island of Corsica twice). Kakadu National Park has in
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One of the most significant French centres for national art and culture, this Parisian complex (often known as 'the Beaubourg') has included a museum, library, and centres for research in art, architecture, and design. It has proved to be highly su
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A French overseas territory in the Pacific, New Caledonia has seen deep divisions between its indigenous and European populations, notably over the thorny question of independence. Named by the British explorer Captain James Cook, who spotted simila
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Three far-flung coral atolls - Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo - make up Tokelau, a Polynesian territory of New Zealand in the South Pacific. Lying between New Zealand and Hawaii, Tokelau has few physical links with the wider world. There is no airport
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Marseille, spelled Marseilles in English, has a lengthy history of being French, and not so French. A port city, Louis XIV built two forts on either side of the harbor. Suspicious of Marseille's allegiances, the fort guns faced the city, rather than
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Dense equatorial forests, colonial towns and a major space centre are among the faces of French Guiana, a region of France on the north-east coast of South America. The forests provide the raw material for a timber industry, but many of French Guian
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Known to its one-time Carib indian population as karukera, or island of beautiful waters, the French territory of Guadeloupe is a centre of Caribbean Creole culture. French, African and Caribbean influences infuse its music, dance, food and widely-s
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A mountainous and densely-populated overseas department of France, Martinique's French and Creole heritage is mirrored in its customs, food and languages. Tourism flourishes on the tropical Caribbean island, which draws hundreds of thousands of visi
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New Zealand, a wealthy Pacific nation, is dominated by two cultural groups: New Zealanders of European descent, and the minority Maori, whose Polynesian ancestors arrived on the islands around 1,000 years ago. Agriculture is the economic mainstay, b
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