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Introduction to Wallis Island

Futuna Island in the Territory of Wallis and Futuna is one of the two Hoorn Islands that are also known as the Futuna Islands.

Quick Facts About Futuna Island
- Area: 83 kilometers square
- Districts: Alo and Sigave
- Population: About 4900 in 2003
- Highest Point: Mont Puke (1719 feet)

Attractions on Futuna Island
- Pointe Vele Airport (FUT)
- Pierre Chanel Relics at the Church at Poi

Wikipedia "Futuna Island" Article
Includes introduction information about the history, geography, and culture of Futuna Island and a 1936 images of a map of the island.

See also
Other Wallis and Futuna Islands
Wallis and Futuna Travel Guide
Oceania Travel Guide


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