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Buada Lagoon

lake in Buada District, Nauru

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Command Ridge

mountain in Nauru

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Linkbelt Oval

stadium

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Anibare Bay

bay

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Nauru

Nauru is a small island in the South Pacific Ocean south of the Marshall Islands and is the world's third-smallest country; only Monaco and the Vatican City are smaller. An off-the-beaten-track destination if there ever was one, Nauru is also one of the least visited countries in the world, with about only 200 tourists a year. The remoteness and that much of the island is a charmless open phosphate mine are two strong reasons for this.

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Marshall Islands

The Marshall Islands are a group of atolls and reefs in the Pacific Ocean, about half-way between Hawaii and Australia.

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Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are a South Pacific archipelago east of Papua New Guinea. They occupy a strategic location on sea routes between the South Pacific Ocean, the Solomon Sea, and the Coral Sea.

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Tuvalu

Tuvalu is a group of low-lying islands and atolls in the South Pacific that form the fourth smallest country in the world.

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