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___ Satellite View of the City of Port Vila, Vanuatu
Searchable Map of Port Vila using Google Earth DataSatellite view is showing Port Vila, the national capital of Vanuatu, located on the south coast of the island of Efate.
Port Vila has a population of about 30 000 inhabitants. Official languages are Bislama, English, and French.
Port Vila is seat of the Vanuatu Parliament and one site of the University of the South Pacific.
The Map shows a city map of Port Vila with main roads and streets, Vanuatu's Bauerfield International Airport (IATA Code: VLI) in north.
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|Local Time Vanuatu:
Monday-December-22 13:45UTC/GMT +11 hours
|Google Earth: Searchable map and satellite view of Port Vila, Vanuatu.
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|More about Vanuatu:
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Administrative Map of Vanuatu
Vanuatu Country Profile
Map of Melanesia
Map of Oceania/Australia
Wikipedia: Port Vila
Wikipedia article about Port Vila.
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