Latitude and longitude of Pelelu Tepu
- In Suriname
Pelelu Tepu is a small Amerindian village in the interior of Suriname. Also known as "Pe'reru Tepu", the village is typically referred to simply as "Tepu," which mean "high" in the Indian Tiriyó language. The village is located on Tepu hill, on the Tapanahoni River. Though inhabited by Amerindian tribes indigenous to the area, the village was created by Christian missionaries and (primarily) Tiriyó Indians, though it now also includes small numbers of Wayana and Akuriyo Indians.
Latitude: 3° 09' 8.40" N
Longitude: -55° 42' 25.79" W