French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a group of islands in the South Pacific that make up a constituent country of the French Republic.

Travel & Places
Oceans and Seas
French Polynesia

What is the capital of French Polynesia?

The capital city of French Polynesia is Papeete. To get a visual idea of all the islands of French Polynesia, see the Related Link.

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French Polynesia

How do you say i love you in niuean?

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Taxes and Tax Preparation
France
Income Taxes
Non-US Taxes
Treaties
French Polynesia

In that the French Overseas Collectivities and Territories are specifically excluded from the French-American Income Tax Treaty of 1994 how did French Polynesia access the benefits of the treaty?

French Polynesia has a much more autonomous status than other French overseas collectivities (it is also a pays d'outre-mer, and its executive is called the President of French Polynesia, not the governor of French Polynesia). This status makes it more like an associated state than a dependency of France (similar to the relationship that the Federated States of Micronesia has with the United States).

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World Currencies
French Polynesia
Tahiti

What is the currency of Tahiti?

The Tahiti currency is the Cour de Franc Pacifique (CFP) also known as the Pacific Franc.

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Hindi Language and Culture
French Polynesia

What does nahi mean in Hindi?

It means 'no.'

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Sanskrit
French Polynesia

Suggest name for technical festival?

Technotsav

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> "Gnome X"

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Flight Times
Los Angeles
French Polynesia

How long is a flight from Los Angeles to French Polynesia?

Tahiti is readily accessible from the east and west coast USA, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia and Japan. Direct, non-stop flight times are about 8 hours from Los Angeles (daily flights) and Sydney, 5 hours from Auckland and Honolulu, 12 hours from New York.

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Languages and Cultures
French Polynesia

What languages are spoken in French Polynesia?

There are many Polynesian languages spoken in French Polynesia. It just depends on the island. The main Polynesian language is Tahitian (from Tahiti) but French is now the most spoken language since everything is conducted in French (business, school, TV, etc.).

On the other hand, the Polynesian languages are much more preserved in French Polynesia than in Hawai, where the English language is destroying the local culture.
Tahitian, French.

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Languages and Cultures
French Polynesia

What languages are spoken in Melanesia?

The region of Melanesia includes the four independent countries of Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea, as well as the French special collectivity of New Caledonia, and the Indonesian region of Western New Guinea.

Hundreds of languages are spoken there, including (in no particular order):


  1. English
  2. French
  3. Fijian
  4. Fijian, Western
  5. Gau Done
  6. Hindi, Fiji
  7. Kiribati
  8. Lauan
  9. Lomaiviti
  10. Namosi-Naitasiri-Serua
  11. Rotuman
  12. Bislama
  13. French
  14. Akei
  15. Ambae, East
  16. Ambae, West
  17. Amblong
  18. Ambrym, North
  19. Ambrym, Southeast
  20. Aneityum
  21. Aore
  22. Apma
  23. Araki
  24. Aulua
  25. 1Axamb
  26. Baetora
  27. Baki
  28. Bierebo
  29. Bieria
  30. Bislama
  31. Burmbar
  32. Butmas-Tur
  33. Dakaka
  34. Dixon Reef
  35. Dorig
  36. Efate, North
  37. Efate, South
  38. Emae
  39. Eton
  40. Fortsenal
  41. Futuna-Aniwa
  42. Hano
  43. Hiw
  44. Ifo
  45. Katbol
  46. Koro
  47. Kwamera
  48. Labo
  49. Lakon
  50. Lamenu
  51. Larevat
  52. Lehali
  53. Lelepa
  54. Lenakel
  55. Letemboi
  56. Lewo
  57. Lingarak
  58. Litzlitz
  59. Lonwolwol
  60. Lorediakarkar
  61. Löyöp
  62. Mae
  63. Maewo, Central
  64. Mafea
  65. Maii
  66. Malfaxal
  67. Malo
  68. Malua Bay
  69. Maragus
  70. Marino
  71. Maskelynes
  72. Mele-Fila
  73. Merei
  74. Merlav
  75. Morouas
  76. Mosina
  77. Mota
  78. Motlav
  79. Mpotovoro
  80. Namakura
  81. Nambas, Big
  82. Narango
  83. Nasarian
  84. Navut
  85. Nokuku
  86. Nume
  87. Paama
  88. Piamatsina
  89. Polonombauk
  90. Port Sandwich
  91. Port Vato
  92. Repanbitip
  93. Rerep
  94. Roria
  95. Sa
  96. Sakao
  97. Seke
  98. Shark Bay
  99. Sie
  100. South West Bay
  101. Sowa
  102. Tambotalo
  103. Tangoa
  104. Tanna, North
  105. Tanna, Southwest
  106. Tasmate
  107. Tiale
  108. Toga
  109. Tolomako
  110. Tutuba
  111. Unua
  112. Ura
  113. Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin
  114. Valpei
  115. Vao
  116. Vatrata
  117. Vinmavis
  118. Vunapu
  119. Wailapa
  120. Whitesands
  121. Wusi
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Travel & Places
Geography
Fiji
Oceans and Seas
French Polynesia

Is Fiji part of French Polynesia?

No it is not, it is part of Melanesia. It was a British Colony until 1970 (the Union Jack is still part of it's flag today).

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Travel & Places
Oceans and Seas
French Polynesia

What is the largest island of French Polynesia?

it is Tahiti

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Travel & Places
Hawaii
Oceans and Seas
French Polynesia

Where is Polynesia?

It is one of the three sub-divisions of the Pacific Ocean with the Hawaian Islands to the North, Easter Island to the East and New Zealand marking the Southern extremity.

East of Micronesi.

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Travel & Places
French Polynesia

What continent is french polynesia in?

It's not associated with a continent, but with the region of Oceania.

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Mountains
English to French
French Polynesia

Are there mountains in french polynesia?

Yes there are mountains in the French Polynesia. There are 186 mountains in total. They include Aiguille Nord and Mont Mokoto.

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Islands
Borders and Boundaries
Pacific Ocean
French Polynesia

What oceans borders french Polynesia?

The Pacific.

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France
English to French
Questions en Francais
French Language and Culture
Grammaire Francaise
French Polynesia

What is 'French Polynesia' called in French?

la Polynésie française

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Geography
French Polynesia

What is Polynesian?

The Polynesian people are a collection of various ethnic groups that speak Polynesian languages, a branch of the Oceanic languages within the Austronesian languages, and inhabit Polynesia. They number over 1,500,000 people. The Polynesian peoples include:

Aniwa, Anuta, Austral, Futunan, Hawaiian, Kapingamarangi, Mangareva, New Zealand Māori, Cook Islands Māori, Marquesan, Moriori, Niuafoʻou, Niuean, Nuguria, Nukumanu, Nukuoro, Ontong Java, Pileni, Pukapuka, Rapan, Rapanui, Renbelian, Samoan, Sikaiana, Tahitian, Takuu, Tikopia, Tokelauan, Tongan, Tongareva, Tuamotu, Tuvaluan, Uvean, Wallisian.

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Oceania
French Polynesia

On which island is Papeete the capital of French Polynesia located?

Papeete is located on the island of Tahiti in the South Pacific Ocean.

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Government
French Polynesia

What type of government does French Polynesia Have?

French Polynesia have a Parliamentary System of Government. The head of government is elected by the simple majority vote within the assembly

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Animal Life
French Polynesia

National Animal Of The French Polynesia?

Bigfoot. he roams the land like crazy . LOOK OUT!

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Islands
French Polynesia

What is the principal island for French Polynesia?

Tahiti

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French Polynesia

What are French Polynesia neighbouring countries?

It is a Island so it has no neighbouring countries surounding it

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Travel & Places
Demographics
French Polynesia

How many inhabitants are there on the largest of the islands in French Polynesia?

Tahiti is both the largest & most populous with 178 thousand & 133 people at last count

& raiatea the second largest had 12 thousand & 24 people

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English to French
French Polynesia

How many islands are in French Polynesia?

118-130

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Geography
French Polynesia

Where is French Polynesia?

In the South Pacific Ocean, the best-known island being Tahiti.

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