Inicio > Mis eListas > humboldt > Mensajes

 Índice de Mensajes 
 Mensajes 2341 al 2360 
AsuntoAutor
Re: NoticiasdelCeH Humboldt
1189/03 - Amérila Humboldt
1190/03 - VENTA DE Humboldt
1191/03 - El ALCA Humboldt
1192/03 - Bomba de Humboldt
1193/03 - Ciudades Humboldt
1194/03 - Primer E Humboldt
1195/03 - Argentin Humboldt
1197/03 - Los Cami Humboldt
1196/03 - Studying Humboldt
1202/03 - Las Tran Humboldt
1198/03 - Posgrado Humboldt
1199/03 - Semiotic Humboldt
1200/03 - Metodolo Humboldt
1201/03 - Where is humboldt
Foro Metropolitano Territor
1208/03 - Geograph Humboldt
1209/03 - Territor Humboldt
1207/03 - Studying Humboldt
1206/03 - DESAPARE Humboldt
 << 20 ant. | 20 sig. >>
 
Noticias del Cehu
Página principal    Mensajes | Enviar Mensaje | Ficheros | Datos | Encuestas | Eventos | Mis Preferencias

Mostrando mensaje 2554     < Anterior | Siguiente >
Responder a este mensaje
Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 1201/03 - Where is Tonga?
Fecha:Miercoles, 19 de Noviembre, 2003  13:39:53 (-0300)
Autor:humboldt <humboldt @...............ar>

NCeHu 1201/03

Where is Tonga? 

Tonga on a South Pacific map is just west of the international dateline were it
meets the Tropic of Cancer. From the Island of Niuafo'ou in the north Tonga
stretches nearly 1000 kilometers to the Minerva Reef in the south. Tonga consists
of 171 islands, spreading over 700,000 square kilometers of the South Pacific.
The countries total land area is 290 square miles (750 square kilometers) located
between latitude 15 to 23 S. & longitude 173 to 177 W. 

Only 45 of its islands of the 171 islands are inhabited. The countries
population is about 100,000; and about two thirds of its inhabitants live on the
island of Tongatapu. 

Tonga lies about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. The largest
island, Tongatapu, is approximately 1,245 miles (2,000 kilometers) northeast of
Auckland, N.Z .

Island Groups

Tonga's inhabited islands form four groups. Each group provides a distinctly
different experiences to the visitor. From the hub of the capital Nuku'alofa on
Tongatapu in the south; to volcanic and coral islands of the Ha'apai group; to
the picturesque waterways of the Vava'u archipelago. and to the remote volcanic
Niuas in the far north.

www.vacations.tvb.tn




_______________________________________________________________________
Visita nuestro patrocinador:
~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~
¿Sabes por qué Cruz Roja está en todo el mundo?
  Gracias al apoyo que millones de personas
 han dado a Cruz ROja durante más de 100 años

       .Hazte socio de Cruz Roja.
 Haz clic aqui -> http://elistas.net/ml/128/
~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~