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01. Which is a territory of New Zealand?

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02. What is the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands?

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03. Which country uses the Australian dollar as its official currency?

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04. This island once served as a WWII base for the Japanese navy. Its lagoon is now home to a fleet of bombed warships, making it the best wreck diving location on the planet.

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05. This atoll was used by the US military as a testing ground for its nuclear weapons program.

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06. What is the capital of the Federated States of Micronesia?

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07. This is the flag of which nation?

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08. Which country uses the US dollar as its official currency?

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09. On which island would you be if you were visiting Nan Madol (one of the most significant ruin complexes in the Pacific)?

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10. This is the flag of which country?

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11. Which country was formerly known as the Gilbert Islands?

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12. This island is famous for its nearly 900 monumental statues called Moai.

Featuring fifteen moai, Ahu Tongariki is the largest ahu on Easter Island (Rapa Nui).
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13. The tiny atoll of Aitutaki is a part of which country?

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14. Which one of the following is a French Territory?

Blue Hole of Voh, New Caledonia.
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15. If you were shopping on Guam which currency would you be using?

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16. This is the flag of which country?

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17. What is the capital of Samoa?

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18. If you paid for a meal on Rarotonga using the official currency, which currency would you have used?

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19. This is the flag of which country?

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20. What is the capital of Papua New Guinea?

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Travel Quiz 04: Pacific Islands
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