Nauru is a country in Australia/Oceania. It shares borders with the following countries: The capital of Nauru is Yaren.
The official language is Nauruan and the Australian dollar is the currency of the Nauru. The domain is .nr and the country code is +674.
National day is celebrated on 31 Jan 1968. Every country in the world has national symbols including national animal, national flower, motto, etc and Nauru is no exception.
In Nauru, Australian rules football is considered as a national sport, and it is a passion of many Nauruan people. Iced coffee is not only a traditional drink, but one of the national drink of Nauru. As poetry is a highly appreciated art, many poets like Not Declared represent a national Nauruan symbol.
The country was founded by Hammer DeRoburt. The current president of Nauru is Lionel Aingimea.
In Nauru the power plugs and sockets are of type I. The standard voltage is 240 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
The Nauruan national anthem was written by Margaret Hendrie and composed by Laurence Henry Hicks.
|Former name(s)||Pleasant Island|
|Official name(s)||Republic of Nauru|
|Alternative name(s)||Republic of Nauru (official, English)|
|Regional location||Oceania, island in the South Pacific Ocean, south of the Marshall Islands|
|Country name etymology||The name "Nauru" may derive from the Nauruan word Anáoero, which means "I go to the beach".|
|Climate||Tropical with a monsoonal pattern; rainy season (November to February)|
|Terrain||Sandy beach rises to fertile ring around raised coral reefs with phosphate plateau in center|
|National Day||31 Jan 1968|
|Religion||Nauru Congregational Church|
|Ethnicity||Nauruan & Pacific Islander|
|Head of government||President|
|Driving side||Drive on the Left-hand side|
|Total area||21 km2 (8.1 sq mi)|
|Average elevation||300-100 m|
|Mains electricity||240 V|
|Emergency telephone numbers||Emergency Telephone Numbers|
The National animal of Nauru is Great Frigatebird
The National flower of Nauru is Not Declared. Botanical name is .
The National bird of Nauru is Great Frigatebird