French Polynesia Flag
French Polynesia's flag is a tricolor flag with two red horizontal bands encasing a large white band in a 1:2:1 ratio. The coat of arms of French Polynesia is depicted in the center of the white band, with a blue and white wave design representing the sea and a gold and white ray pattern signifying the sun.
A Polynesian canoe crewed by five stars, representing the five island groups of French Polynesia, separates the wave and sun patterns. The flag's red and white colors are typical Polynesian colors. The flag of French Polynesia must be exhibited with the French tricolor, and it may also be displayed with the flags of the component archipelagos, according to the articles of adoption.
The French Polynesian flag must be placed to the left of the French flag, and the archipelago flag to the right. French Polynesia's flag was approved in 1984 and serves as the civil and state flag of the French overseas territory.
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French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is made up of several islands, including Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Moorea, which are located within the Society Islands archipelago. French Polynesia is located approximately 2,000 miles southeast of the state of Hawaii.
The capital of French Polynesia is Papeete, which is located on the island of Tahiti. The official languages of French Polynesia are French and Tahitian, and the currency is the French Pacific franc.
French Polynesia has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and high humidity throughout the year. The islands are known for their beautiful beaches and clear blue waters, which make them popular tourist destinations.
The economy of French Polynesia is primarily based on tourism, with the islands attracting millions of visitors each year. The region is also an important producer of pearls and has a small agricultural sector.
As an overseas collectivity of France, French Polynesia is a full part of the European Union and the eurozone. It is also represented in the French National Assembly and the Senate.
Overall, French Polynesia is a beautiful and exotic region with a rich culture and a unique blend of French and Polynesian influences. Its tropical climate, beautiful beaches, and clear blue waters make it a popular tourist destination, and its strategic location in the South Pacific has made it an important player in regional affairs.
|Country codes||PF, PYF (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official name||French Polynesia|
|Time zone||UTC−10:00UTC−09:30 (Marquesas Islands), UTC−09:00 (Gambier Islands)|
|Member of||Pacific Community|
|Population density||77 per Km2 (199 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||64.1 % of the population is urban (180,188 people in 2020)|
|Median age||33.6 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 3,660 Km2 (1,413 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mont Orohena (2 241 m, 7 352 ft)|
|Lowest point||South Pacific Ocean|
|GDP per capita||$ 19,914 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||CFP franc (₣, XPF)|
|Internet TLD||.pf (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||French Polynesia Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in French Polynesia