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DXpedition to TEMOTU PROVINCE

by Stan, LZ1GC

 

This DXpedition will be also with HUMANITARIAN action to People of Temotu Province!

                Let's to do it together !!!

                                                                                     

Your small Donation is much appreciated!

 

 INDEXA is Major supporter and donater of  this Humanitarian mission!

                                               

 

CDXA  & CDXF -  Generous participant in this Humanitarian action ! 

         

 

KONTRAX  LTD, Bulgaria ( Office Karlovo ) with donation of various  school supplies for the only High School - JCP College in Temotu Province. My special thanks to Mr. Hristo Tahchiev, the owner of KONTRAX office in town of Karlovo.

 

         

 

LZ2HM   -  Generous participant in this Humanitarian action !

 

Temotu Province ( H40 ) is easternmost province of the Solomon Islands. The province was formerly know as Santa Cruz Islands Province. It consists, essentially of two chains of islands which run parallel to each other from the northwest to the southeast. Its area is 895 square kilometres with the population about 21 000. The islands or island groups which make up Temotu Province are: Anuta Isl., Duff Islands, Fatutaka Isl., Lomlom Isl., Malo Isl., Matema Isl., Reef Islands, Santa Cruz Islands (incl. Nendo Isl.), Tikopia Isl., Tinakula Isl., Utupua Isl., Vanicoro Islands group including Teanu & Banie Islands. The most of the inhabitants of Tikopia Isl., Anuta Isl., the Duff Islands and some of the Reef  Islands are Polynesians.

The provincial Capital is Lata, located on Nendo Isl., the largest and most important of the Santa Cruz Islands.

 

          

Formerly called the Ellice Islands, Tuvalu is a Polynesian island nation situated in the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Australia and Hawaii; its closest neighbours are Samoa and Fiji. The nation is made up of four reef islands and five true atolls, coral islands completely encircling a lagoon. It is just 26 sq km and is the fourth smallest country in the world, larger only than the Vatican City, Monaco, and Nauru. - See more at: http://www.oceanislandtravel.com/home.asp?id=76#sthash.58Iqq2yr.dpuf

 

 

                    

 

 

 

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