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    Pouembout

    Pouembout

    Pouembout is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.
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    Thio, New Caledonia

    Thio, New Caledonia

    Thio is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. A novel Aerial tramway existed here at the start of the 20th century to facilitate loading ore ships offshore. As there is insufficient material available for a complete article the external links below are provided as an interim focal point and a keyword hint for researchers. The link’s contents are mostly as short as the descriptions given.
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    Bourail

    Bourail

    Bourail is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. This is a rural town of Grande Terre (Bush). The municipality is located in both the mountains and along the sea beaches are tourist but remain wild, they are a place popular with surfers. The town lies at the confluence of several rivers, is the crossroads of many valleys Boghen, Bacouya, Nessadiou, Nera, Tene, La Pouéo ... The territory of the municipality has various natural landscapes: With a density of 6 inhabitants / km ², Bourail offers an ideal balance between rural and urban, between tradition and modernity. Bourail means "lizard's tail." This comes from Bu Rhaï in the language ajie, Bu meaning "tail" and Rhaï "the lizard". The slogan of Bourail used for tourism is "Bourail, Earth emotions." 4900 inhabitants (2006) This is a young city with half of the population is under 30 years. Most people Bourail will continue their studies in Nouméa. To avoid this decline in population, the town created more and more schools. There are about 2000 children attending schools up to high school, there is no university. The inhabitants are called Bouraillais (es), their
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    Kaala-Gomen

    Kaala-Gomen

    Kaala-Gomen is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. The city was founded on its present site in 1899, with a committee appointed by the municipal government. The city council was first elected in 1961. It is located on the territory of the former mining village of Tiebaghi, which was the largest chromium mine in the world from 1902 to 1964. The highest point is Ouazangou-Taom (1092 m).
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    Le Mont-Dore

    Le Mont-Dore

    Le Mont-Dore is a commune in the suburbs of Nouméa in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.
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    Lifou

    Lifou

    Lifou [lifu] is a commune of France in the Loyalty Islands Province of New Caledonia in the Pacific Ocean. Lifou is made up of Lifou Island, the largest and most heavily populated of the Loyalty Islands, its smaller neighbour Tiga Island, and several uninhabited islets in between these two. All these islands lie among the Loyalty Islands, 190 km (120 mi) to the northeast of New Caledonia's mainland. At 1,146 km (442 sq mi), Lifou Island is the largest atoll in the world. The town of Wé, on Lifou Island, is the administrative centre of the commune of Lifou as well as the provincial seat of the Islands Province. Like Maré and Ouvéa, the other Loyalty islands, Lifou is made of fossil coral. Lifou is a makatea (raised coral atoll), an ancient lagoon slowly raised by geological processes. Due to the uplift, Lifou consists of a wide, flat center surrounded by cliffs which correspond to the ancient recifal cliffs. The coral rock exhibits high porosity and hence, neither Lifou nor any of the other Loyalty Islands have surface water. It does, however, have a large freshwater reservoir which can be accessed through caves. These caves were used in the past when searching for fresh water, and
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    La Foa

    La Foa

    La Foa is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. Although the provincial seat of the South Province is in Nouméa, La Foa was made the chief town of the administrative subdivision of the South in order to counterbalance the overwhelming weight of Nouméa in New Caledonia. Both entities share an almost identical territory, but their status and role is quite different: the South Province, with its provincial assembly in Nouméa, is a full political division, whereas the administrative subdivision of the South is only an administrative division of the French central state, akin to an arrondissement of Metropolitan France, with a Deputy Commissioner of the Republic (commissaire délégué de la République), akin to a subprefect of metropolitan France, in residence in La Foa.
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    Poya, New Caledonia

    Poya, New Caledonia

    Poya is a commune in New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. The largest part of the commune (including the main settlement of Poya itself) lies in the North Province of New Caledonia, and a smaller part of the commune lies in the South Province, an odd situation resulting from the creation of New Caledonia's provinces in 1989. At the 2004 census, 2,478 of the 2,600 inhabitants of Poya lived on the North Province's side of the commune, while only 122 inhabitants lived on the South Province's side.
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    Moindou

    Moindou

    Moindou is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.
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    Voh

    Voh

    Voh is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. It has become famous for the aerial photography known as The Heart of Voh, a large formation of vegetation that resembles a heart seen from above. Photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand contributed to its popularity by using a photograph of the 'heart' as the cover to his books The Earth from the Air and Earth from Above.
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    1 votes
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    Canala

    Canala

    Canala is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. On 25 April 1995 about 47% of the territory of Canala was detached and became the commune of Kouaoua.
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    Farino

    Farino

    Farino is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.
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    2 votes
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    Bouloupari

    Bouloupari

    Bouloupari (locally spelled Boulouparis, but this spelling is not recognized by French authorities) is a commune in the South Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.
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    Touho

    Touho

    Touho is a municipality (commune) in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. Touho lies on the east coast of the main island (Grande Terre) and is served by a road and an airfield. The vocational school, Lycée Professionnel Augustin Ty was officially opened in 1994. It is located directly opposite the airport.
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    Belep

    Belep

    Belep (sometimes unofficially spelled Bélep) is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. The commune's territory is made up of the Belep Islands (also known as the Belep Archipelago), which lie to the north of New Caledonia's mainland. The two principal islands in the Belep Archipelago are Art Island (aka Aar) and Pott Island (aka Phwoc), and the rest of the archipelago consists of the Northern Daos Islands, the Southern Daos Islands, and several very small islets. The administrative centre of the commune is the settlement of Waala, on Art Island, the largest of the Belep Islands. The Belep Islands were named after a Kanak chief who settled there in ancient times. A Catholic mission was founded in Belep in 1856. The islands were the site of a leper colony between 1892 and 1898.
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    Kouaoua

    Kouaoua

    Kouaoua is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. Nickel mining is operated in Kouaoua. The commune of Kouaoua was created on 25 April 1995 by detaching its territory from the commune of Canala.
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    Poum

    Poum

    Poum is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. The town of Poum is located in the far northwest, located on the southern part of Banare Bay, with Mouac Island just offshore. Poum sits within the world's largest lagoon and is rich in Kanak culture. This region offers a choice of four white beaches and aqua waters. "It feels a little like the back of beyond - you're truly in the far North of Grande Terre here, with pink-hued mountains and white sandy beaches. The region around Poum offers great landscapes to visitors. A really special light lends nature amazing colours - there is an opportunity for you to take wonderful early morning photos." The commune of Poum was created on 5 January 1977 by detaching its territory from the commune of Koumac.
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    Koumac

    Koumac

    Koumac is a commune in the North Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. On 5 January 1977 about 46% of the territory of Koumac was detached and became the commune of Poum. Residents are famous for their technological contribution to the wmirchi.com social network, primarily of India. Athlete Arnjolt Beer was born here.
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