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Kingdom of Tonga
Pule'anga Fakatu'i 'o Tonga
   Tonga includes various groups of islands and islets of volcanic origin, in all about 175, of which less than a third are inhabited. This small monarchy is located in the South Pacific, south of Samoa and east of Fiji; most of the population lives on the main island of Tongatapu, where the capital is also located.
Government type Parliamentary monarchy
Area 748 kmē (289 sq mi)
Population 100,700 inh. (2016 census)
Population 107,000 inh. (2021 est.)
Population density 143 inh/kmē (370 inh/miē)
Capital Nuku'alofa (23,200 pop.)
Currency Tongan pa'anga
Human development index 0.725 (104th place)
Languages English, Tongan (both official)
Life expectancy M 69 years, F 73 years
Location in Oceania

Boundaries:

Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean

GEOGRAPHY DATA OF TONGA


Largest cities
Nuku'alofa 23,200 pop.
Highest mountains
Kao Volcano 1,030 m (3,379 ft)
Largest islands
Tongatapu 257 kmē (99 sq mi)
Vava'u 97 kmē (37.5 sq mi)
'Eua 87 kmē (33.5 sq mi)

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS OF TONGA

   Tonga is mae up of 5 administrative units, further divided into a total of 23 districts; on the island of Tongatapu lives just under 3/4 of the population.



Nuku'alofa