The official language is Samoan and the United States Dollar is the currency of the American Samoa. The domain is .as and the country code is +1-684.
National day is celebrated on 1 Jan 1962. Every country in the world has national symbols including national animal, national flower, motto, etc and American Samoa is no exception.
In American Samoa, Rugby union is considered as a national sport, and it is a passion of many American Samoan people. Kava is not only a traditional drink, but one of the national drink of American Samoa. As poetry is a highly appreciated art, many poets like Not Declared represent a national American Samoan symbol.
The country was founded by Tupua Tamasese Lealofi III. and Fiamē Naomi Mataʻafa is the Prime Minister.
In American Samoa the power plugs and sockets are of type A, B, F, I. The standard voltage is 120 V and the frequency is 60 Hz.
The American Samoan national anthem was written by Mariota Tiumalu Tuiasosopo and composed by Napoleon Andrew Tuiteleleapaga.
|Official name(s)||Territory of American Samoa|
|Alternative name(s)||Territory of American Samoa|
|Regional location||Oceania, group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about half way between Hawaii and New Zealand|
|Country name etymology||"people of the ocean or deep sea"|
|Climate||Tropical marine, moderated by southeast trade winds; annual rainfall averages about 3 m; rainy season (November to April), dry season (May to October); little seasonal temperature variation|
|Terrain||Five volcanic islands with rugged peaks and limited coastal plains, two coral atolls (Rose Island, Swains Island)|
|National Day||1 Jan 1962|
|Currency||United States Dollar|
|Capital city||Pago Pago|
|Ethnicity||Samoansm Tongan, Multiracial, & Filipino|
|Head of government||Prime Minister|
|Driving side||Drive on the Right-hand side|
|Total area||77 sq mi (200 km2)|
|Average elevation||482 m (1,581 ft)|
|Mains electricity||120 V|
|Emergency telephone numbers||Emergency Telephone Numbers|
The National animal of American Samoa is Tooth-billed pigeon (Manumea)
The National flower of American Samoa is Paogo (Ulafala) Pandanus tectorius. Botanical name is Pandanus amaryllifolius.
The National bird of American Samoa is Tooth-billed pigeon (Manumea)
Let it be thrown on the deck of the large canoe. A depreciatory saying of a speaker. Why not steer a straight course? Applied to a speech having no definite proposition. It grew in the bush, but it is cast away in the road. This is a secret; lit., This is under the chestnut tree. this means hide things not to be remembered forever. Of anything quick, like a canoe before the wind.