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Map of Niuas district in Tonga

Basic information about Niuas
Niua is a division of the Kingdom of Tonga, namely the northernmost group of islands. It consists of three islands (Niuafoʻou, Niuatoputapu and Tafahi) which together have an area of 71.69 km2 and a population of 1,282. The largest village is Hihifo on Niuatoputapu. Piu'o Tafahi is the highest point with an elevation of 560 m.
Cities, towns & villages in Niuas
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VaipoaVaipoa is one of three villages on the island of Niuatoputapu in Tonga. The other two villages on Niuatoputapu are Falehau and Hihifo, the main village on the island. Niuatoputapu was extensively damaged in the 2009 Samoa earthquake and tsunami with a number of fatalities. The tsunami followed an earthquake of an 8.0 Mw earthquake in the Samoan Islands region at 06:48:11 local time on 29 September 2009 (17:48:11 UTC). Show Vaipoaon the map
FalehauFalehau is a village on the island of Niuatoputapu in Tonga. The other two villages on Niuatoputapu are Vaipoa and Hihifo, the main village on the island. Falehau was extensively damaged in the 2009 Samoa earthquake and tsunami. The tsunami followed an 8.0 Mw earthquake in the Samoan Islands region at 06:48:11 local time on 29 September 2009 (17:48:11 UTC). Show Falehauon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Niuas
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NiuasNiua is a division of the Kingdom of Tonga, namely the northernmost group of islands. It consists of three islands (Niuafoʻou, Niuatoputapu and Tafahi) which together have an area of 71.69 km2 and a population of 1,282. The largest village is Hihifo on Niuatoputapu. Piu'o Tafahi is the highest point with an elevation of 560 m.Show on map
Niuafo'ouNiuafoʻou (meaning: many new coconuts) is the most northerly island in the kingdom of Tonga. It is a volcanic rim island of 15 km² and with a population of 650 in 2006.Show on map