Tuvalu is a country in Australia/Oceania. It shares borders with the following countries: The capital of Tuvalu is Funafuti.
The official language is Tuvaluan and the Australian dollar, Tuvaluan dollar is the currency of the Tuvalu. The domain is .tv and the country code is +688.
National day is celebrated on 1 Oct 1978. Every country in the world has national symbols including national animal, national flower, motto, etc and Tuvalu is no exception.
In Tuvalu, Football is considered as a national sport, and it is a passion of many Tuvaluan people. No official National drink is not only a traditional drink, but one of the national drink of Tuvalu. As poetry is a highly appreciated art, many poets like Not Declared represent a national Tuvaluan symbol.
The country was founded by Toaripi Lauti. and Kausea Natano is the Prime Minister.
In Tuvalu the power plugs and sockets are of type I. The standard voltage is 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
The Tuvaluan national anthem was written by Afaese Manoa and composed by Afaese Manoa.
|Alternative name(s)||Ellice Islands (colonial name, English)|
|Regional location||Oceania, island group consisting of nine coral atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia|
|Country name etymology||"Eight Islands" or "eight standing with each other" in Tuvaluan.|
|Climate||Tropical; moderated by easterly trade winds (March to November); westerly gales and heavy rain (November to March)|
|Terrain||Low-lying and narrow coral atolls|
|National Day||1 Oct 1978|
|Currency||Australian dollar, Tuvaluan dollar|
|Head of government||Prime Minister|
|Driving side||Drive on the Left-hand side|
|Total area||26 km2 (10 sq mi)|
|Average elevation||4.6 m|
|Mains electricity||220 V|
|Emergency telephone numbers||Emergency Telephone Numbers|
The National animal of Tuvalu is Pantropical spotted dolphin
The National flower of Tuvalu is Hibiscus tiliaceus. Botanical name is Hibiscus tiliaceus.
The National bird of Tuvalu is Not Declared
The white flower has bloomed; it is time to sleep outside. Listen to the wisdom of the toothless ones. Life is like this: sometimes sun, sometimes rain. Idleness is to be dead in the limbs but alive within. Each bay, its own wind. Don’t do today what you probably can leave undone tomorrow as well.