Interesting facts about tuvalu Dear readers, welcome
Our new destination today is a country that has no ATMs and no army This country is one of the smallest and peninsular countries in the world In this country, the dead are buried not in the cemetery but in the courtyard of the house. This country is only 10 feet above sea level
There are a total of 9 small islands in Tuvalu Some of these islands are also volcanic. Today our destination is Tuvalu country.
The country of Tuvalu is located in the middle of Hawaii and Australia in the Pacific Ocean The people of this paradise-like island of Tuvalu are extremely moral and hospitable. Tuvalu has a total population of 12,000, covering an area of only 26 square kilometers. Tuvalu is one of the 5 smallest countries
Tuvalu is one of the Polynesian islands The island is in extreme danger due to its proximity to sea level
Tuvalu could soon sink due to rising sea levels.
During World War II, the United States conducted several missions against Japan in Tuvalu
The Tuvalu Islands were also invaded by Japan in 1943 Like other Pacific islands, Tuvalu has a high rate of obesity More than 82% of the island’s population is obese The world’s smallest grass is domestic towel
There has also been a slave trade in the past
From where people were kidnapped and taken to Australia and Fiji From there these slaves were subjected to harsh labor. Tuvalu was first inhabited by people of Polynesian descent. If we talk about human settlement in Tuvalu, human beings first settled here 3000 years ago The Spaniards were the first Europeans to discover the islands and rename them Tuvalu. The Europeans ruled here for a long time and used its resources relentlessly On October 1, 1978, Tuvalu became a member of the Commonwealth.
At that time, Tuvalu was such a poor and backward country that it did not have the courage to pay the UN installment.
Tuvalu finally joined the United Nations in 2000. People from the Polynesian islands migrated and settled in Tuvalu 3,000 years ago Tuvalu has a total of 9 islands, of which 8 are inhabited
Tuvalu literally means to stand together. This small country has diplomatic relations with the major countries of the world
There is no railway network in Tuvalu
The length of roads in Tuvalu is only 8 km
Tuvalu is home to only 100 foreigners. There is only one airport in Tuvalu
Only private flights operate at this airport
Tuvalu is always at risk of erosion and flooding. Tuvalu has one primary and one high school in the country As a member of the Commonwealth, the Queen is the Head of State The temperature on Tuvalu Island remains the same throughout the year
In Tuvalu, 90 percent of the trees fell due to the hurricane There is no river of any kind in Tuvalu
In Tuvalu, fresh rainwater is collected through tanks
Which is later used for drinking Tuvalu is the only strange country in the world where there are no cemeteries In Tuvalu, the dead are buried in the courtyard of the house The length of the Tuvalu coastline is 24 km In 2010 and 2011, there was a severe drought in Tuvalu, which led to the introduction of Emergencies in the country.
After which the water from New Zealand was delivered to Tuvalu. Fewer tourists visit Tuvalu each year
The number of these tourists is only 2000 This country is counted among the countries that have no army.
Funafuti is the capital and largest city of Tuvalu
The official languages of Tuvalu are English and Tuvalu Tuvalu’s largest religion is Christianity
Tuvalu is a very weak country in terms of economy Tuvalu is the fourth volcanic island in the world after the Maldives, the Marshall Islands and Kirby.
There are no ships of any kind in Tuvalu There is no political party of any kind in Tuvalu
Coconut is the most widely grown crop in Tuvalu There is only one hotel and only one restaurant in Tuvalu There is no public transport in Tuvalu. Everyone has their own car
Tuvalu is an undoubtedly national sport similar to cricket