- Do not confuse with Futuna island, in Tafea province, Vanuatu.
Wallis and Futuna, France, Oceania
|latitude: -13.7741, longitude: -177.1545|
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Wallis and Futuna is an overseas collectivity in France, Oceania at latitude 13°46′26.76″ South, longitude 177°09′16.20″ West. The collectivity includes two groups of islands and islets, separated by international waters :
- to the North-East, the atoll of Wallis (Uvéa in wallisian) around a large central high volcanic island with the same name, some îlets, and motus on the coral reef belt (), and
- to the South-West, the volcanic island of Futuna and its smaller neighbour the island of Alofi.
French being an official language of Wallis and Futuna (a French overseas collectivity), please refer to the Wallis-et-Futuna wiki page in French, and to OSM-Talk-fr or HOT mailing lists for more information.
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On 2010-03-15, Wallis and Futuna islands were hit by cyclone Thomas.
SERTIT authorized OSM to trace from its Disaster Charter maps, in this case.
SERTIT sent road shapefiles. They were imported in OSM, and toponymy was added by hand, with approximate locations.