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Basic information about Malampa
Malampa is one of the six provinces of Vanuatu, located in the center of the country and consisting of three main islands: It includes a number of other islands – the small islands of Uripiv, Norsup, Rano, Wala, Atchin and Vao off the coast of Malakula, and the volcanic island of Lopevi (currently uninhabited). Also included are the Maskelynes Islands and some more small islands along the southcoast of Malakula. The province's name is derived from the initial letters of MALakula, AMbrym, PAama.
Cities, towns & villages in Malampa
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FanlaFanla is a small village situated in the north of Ambrym Island, in the archipelago of Vanuatu in Melanesia, in the province of Malampa. The original name of this place was Saanembur Lonbato. This is a Kastom Village, which represents the traditional values of the region. The village population is about 250 persons. Wanmelbu, a legendary resident, created the foundations of the customary chief ranks still current in the northern part of the island. His eldest son, Tingtingru, had a dream vision of tams-tams (atingting), major components of the traditional tribal art of North Ambrym. Show Fanlaon the map
LakatoroLakatoro is the capital of Malampa Province of the island country of Vanuatu. It is situated on the eastern shore of Malakula and is the largest settlement in that island. Lakatoro consists of a couple of retail shops, a supermarket (LTC), a local market selling locally farmed goods. A fish and butchers shop, a women's handcraft center.All shops closes around 5pm except for the Lakatoro Consumers Cooperative which opens till 7:30pm and the Lakonetcom which opens till 9pm Monday to Friday. Show Lakatoroon the map
NorsupNorsup is an island and village in the province of Malampa on Malakula Island in Vanuatu. It is located near Malampa Province capital Lakatoro. Show Norsupon the map
LamapLamap (former named Port Sandwich) is a village in Malampa Province on the Malekula island in Vanuatu. Show Lamapon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Malampa
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Malampa ProvinceMalampa is one of the six provinces of Vanuatu, located in the center of the country and consisting of three main islands: \n* Malakula \n* Ambrym and \n* Paama It includes a number of other islands – the small islands of Uripiv, Norsup, Rano, Wala, Atchin and Vao off the coast of Malakula, and the volcanic island of Lopevi (currently uninhabited). Also included are the Maskelynes Islands and some more small islands along the southcoast of Malakula. The province's name is derived from the initial letters of MALakula, AMbrym, PAama.Show on map
Different buildings in Malampa
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Norsup AirportNorsup Airport (IATA: NUS, ICAO: NVSP) is an airfield near Norsup on the island of Malakula, in the Malampa province in Vanuatu. It is one of three airfields on the island, the others being Lamap Airport and South West Bay in the south.Show on map
Ulei AirportUlei Airport is an airport in Ulei, Vanuatu (IATA: ULB, ICAO: NVSU).Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Malampa
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Paama IslandPaama (Paama language: Voum) is a small island in the Malampa Province, Vanuatu. The island is about 8 km from north to south and only 5 km or so at its widest point. The island is dominated by hills, rising to a height of around 550 m in the north.Show on map
LopéviLopevi (or Lopévi) is an uninhabited island in Malampa Province, Vanuatu. It lies to the southeast of Ambrym and east of Paama. It consists of the 7-km-wide cone of the active stratovolcano by the same name. It reaches a peak of 1413 m above sea level, the tallest point in central Vanuatu. It has erupted at least 22 times since 1862. The island was formerly inhabited, but in 1960 the population moved to nearby Paama or Epi because of the recurrent danger.Show on map
AmbrymAmbrym is a volcanic island in Malampa Province in the archipelago of Vanuatu. Volcanic activity on the island includes lava lakes in two craters near the summit.Show on map
TommanTomman Island is a small island in Vanuatu, just off the southwest coast of Malakula. It has around 250 inhabitants, according to the 2009 census.Show on map
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