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Afaahiti

Afaahiti - description of the city:

Afaahiti is city of French Polynesia (). The population of Afaahiti: 5,186 people. Geographic coordinates of Afaahiti: -17.75 x -149.28333.

Country French Polynesia
International title Afaahiti
Population 5,186 people
Timezone Pacific/Tahiti
State
Geographic coordinates Latitude: -17.75 x Longitude: -149.28333

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Places of interest in Afaahiti
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Walks across Afaahiti
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Spending days in Afaahiti
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Amazing Afaahiti
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Sights of Afaahiti
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Places to visit in Afaahiti

Famous Places

Michaelerplatz
Country: Austria

Michaelerplatz faces the grand main entrance into the imperial residence, the Michaelertor (St Michael’s Doorway), which leads to the Hofburg’s inner courtyard. On both sides of the doorway are 19th-century wall fountains, designed by Rudolf We ...

Wotruba-Kirche
Country: Austria

Standing on hillside close to the Vienna Woods, this church was designed in uncompromisingly modern style in 1965 by the Austrian sculptor Fritz Wotruba (1907—75), after whom it is named. It was built in 1974—6 by Fritz Mayer. The church is mad ...

Kon-Tiki Museet
Country: Norway

Located on the Bygdoy peninsula in Norway, the Kon-Tiki Museum offers maps and vessels from the Kon-Tiki Museet. In addition, it offers a library with around 8000 books. The museum was opened provisionally in the year 1949. In the year 1957, the cu ...

Rondane National Park
Country: Norway

Rondane National Park was established in the year 1962. It was the first national park in Norway. The park offers a well-established network of routes throughout it. There are several lodges for tourists including Bjornhollia and Rondvassbu.  ...

Outer Trondheimsfjorden
Country: Norway

Name The fjord gets its name from Trondheim – but at first the fjord could have been Pround or Prond in the Old Norse language. That name would have been related to the verb proast, and that translates to “flourish” or “thr ...

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