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The Society Islands (French: Îles de la Société, officially Archipel de la Société; Tahitian: Tōtaiete mā) are an archipelago located in the South Pacific cally, they are part of French Polynesia, an overseas country of the French Republic.
Geographically, they form part of Polynesia. The archipelago is believed to have been named by Captain James Cook during his first Archipelago: Polynesia. Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Society Islands, French Polynesia on Tripadvisor: traveler reviews and photos of Society Islands tourist attractions.
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The Society Islands are the most populated archipelago of French Polynesia. Regions  Windward Islands . Tahiti — the main island with the airport, the country's capital Papeete, and more than half of the population of French Polynesia in its place is not as interesting as you might think and simply serves as a break point after a long journey for most tourists.
CHAPTER ONE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND THROUGH England and the French seizure of the Society Islands. book invasion and seizure of the Islands in April was the culmination of a complex dispute, the roots of. The Society Islands are a group of islands in French include Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea, and many largest city in the area is Faaa, which is located on Tahiti.
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Society Islands, island group ( pop. ,), South Pacific, a part of French Polynesia French Polynesia, officially Overseas Lands of French Polynesia, internally self-governing dependency ( est. pop. ,) of France, consisting of islands in the South Pacific.
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