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Tokelau

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Motto: "Tokelau mo te Atua" (Tokelauan)
"Tokelau for the Almighty"
Location of Tokelau
KapitolyoUndetermined[a]
Pinakadakulang syudadAtafu[b]
Mga opisyalmenteng tataramon
PanggogobyernoConstitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Elizabeth II
Ross Ardern
Afega Gaualofa[1]
New Zealand territory
1948
• Tubig (%)
negligible
Populasyon
• October 2016 sensus
1,499[b]
GDP (PPP)pigtatantyang 2017 
• Kabuuhan
US$10 million[2]
• Kada capita
US$6,275 (not ranked)
KurensiyaNew Zealand dollar (NZD)
Time zoneUTC+13[3]
Kodigo nin pag-aapod+690
Kodigong ISO 3166TK
Internet TLD.tk
Some data from the World Factbook (2004).
Mapa kan Tokelau Islands. Swains Island maheheling sa parteng sur
Atafu atoll
Nukunonu atoll
Fakaofo atoll
Fakaofo islanders, tig drowing kan taong 1841 kan United States Exploring Expedition.

Tokelau (/ˈtoʊkəlaʊ/; previously known as the Union Islands, opisyal na Tokelau Islands hanggang 1976;[4] lit. "north-northeast"[5]) sarong nakadependeng teritoryo sa New Zealand sa sur na parte kan Pacific Ocean. Igwa ini nin tolong tropikal coral atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu asin Fakaofo), na igwang sukol na 10 km2 (4 sq mi). An kapitolyo nag iikot taon-taon sa pagitan kan tolong atolls.[6] An Tokelau nasa norteng parte kan Samoan Islands, subangan kan Tuvalu, sur kan Phoenix Islands, sur sulnopan kan harayon parte Line Islands,asin norteng sulnopan kan Cook Islands.An Swains Island parte kan Tokelau kun pagbabasehan an heograpiya, pero ini pinag iiriwalan pa na teritoryo asin pinamamahalaan kan Estados Unidos na parte kan American Samoa.

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. "Tokelau still pushing for air services in talks with NZ". Radio New Zealand. 8 March 2018. https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/352082/tokelau-still-pushing-for-air-services-in-talks-with-nz. 
  2. "Tokelau’s Gross Domestic Product determined for first time this century". http://www.tokelau.org.nz/Bulletin/April+2017/GDP+first.html. 
  3. Tokelau: Wrong local time for over 100 years Archived 2 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. Tokelau Amendment Act 1976
  5. "Culture of Tokelau - history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, family, social" (in en). http://www.everyculture.com/To-Z/Tokelau.html. "Identification. "Tokelau" means "north-northeast."" 
  6. "Welcome to sunny Tokelau, an untouched Pacific Paradise". http://www.tokelau.org.nz/.