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Niue? Where is Niue?. This is a question we get a lot when we mention this country.
Niue (pronounced new-ay), is commonly known as the"Rock of Polynesia". The island was first sighted by the English explorer Captain James Cook in 1774. The population is predominantly Polynesian and is located east of Tonga, west of the Cook Islands, south of Samoa and about 2,400 kilometers north-east of New Zealand. The island is one of the world's largest coral islands and has steep...
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