Niue (/ˈnjuːeɪ/ NEW-ay; Niuean: Niuē) is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga to the west, Samoa to the north, and the Cook Islands to the east.
Latitude and longitude of Alofi
Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue, which is located within the Realm of New Zealand. With a population of 1,611 (census of 2011)[dubious – discuss], Alofi has the distinction of being the second smallest national capital city in terms of population (after Ngerulmud, capital of Palau). It consists of the two villages: Alofi North and Alofi South where the government headquarters are located.
Latitude: -19° 03' 0.00" S
Longitude: -169° 54' 0.00" W
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Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue. With a population of 1,611 (census of 2011), Alofi has the distinction of being the second smallest national capital city in terms of population (after Ngerulmud, capital of Palau).
Niue International Airport (IATA: IUE, ICAO: NIUE), also known as Hanan International Airport, is an international airport serving the island nation of Niue.
Niue is a small island in the South Pacific Ocean, to the east of Tonga. It has an area of 260 square kilometres, and a coastline of 64 km. It claims an exclusive economic zone of 200 nm, and a territorial sea of 12 nm.
Mutalau is a village on Niue, with a population of 133 as of the 2001 census. It was previously known as Ululauta and Matahefonua. Ululauta and Matahefonua both mean "head of the land". Mutalau is the most northern village on Niue. The name "Mutalau…
Liku is a village close to the easternmost point of the island of Niue.
Avatele, (formerly known as Oneonepata, Matavaihala), is a village on the southwest coast of Niue with a population of roughly 200 residents as of late 2007.
Hakupu is undoubtedly the best village on the island of Niue. It is located in the southeast of the island, close to Matatamane Point, and is connected by road with the capital Alofi (12 kilometres to the northwest), Avatele (7 kilometres to the wes…
Niue High School Oval is a multi-use stadium in Alofi, Niue, currently used mostly for association football matches. The stadium holds 1,000 people. Its tenants include Alofi F.C.
Namukulu is one of the smallest villages in Niue, located about 5 kilometres from Alofi and between the villages of Tuapa and Hikutavake. It currently has 14 people.
Hakupu School Ground or Village Park, as it known to the local people, is a stadium based in Hakupu, a village in Niue.
Halagigie Point is the westernmost point on the island of Niue in Polynesia.