181,43 km² (189TH)


English -Marshallese

'Accomplishment through joint effort'

National Flower
Red Frangipani (Plumeria rubra)


Marshall Islands Flag

The Marshall Islands, authoritatively the Republic of the Marshall Islands, is an island nation and a United States related state close to the equator in the Pacific Ocean, somewhat west of the International Date Line. Topographically, the nation is a piece of the bigger island gathering of Micronesia. The nation's populace is spread out more than 29 coral atolls, involving 1,156 individual islands and islets. The islands share sea limits with the Federated States of Micronesia toward the west, Wake Island toward the north, Kiribati toward the southeast, and Nauru toward the south. Its capital is Majuro. Micronesian pioneers achieved the Marshall Islands utilizing kayaks around second thousand years BC, with interisland route made conceivable utilizing conventional stick graphs. They inevitably settled here. Islands in the archipelago were first investigated by Europeans during the 1520s, beginning with Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese at the administration of Spain, Juan Sebastián Elcano and Miguel de Saavedra. Spanish pilgrim Alonso de Salazar detailed locating an atoll in August 1526. Different campaigns by Spanish and English boats pursued. The islands get their name from British pilgrim John Marshall, who visited in 1788. The islands were generally referred to by the occupants as "jolet jen Anij" (Gifts from God). Spain guaranteed the islands in 1592, and the European forces perceived its power over the islands in 1874. They had been a piece of the Spanish East Indies formally since 1528. Afterward, Spain sold a portion of the islands to the German Empire in 1885, and they turned out to be a piece of German New Guinea that year, kept running by the exchanging organizations working together in the islands, especially the Jaluit Company. In World War I the Empire of Japan involved the Marshall Islands, which in 1920, the League of Nations joined with other previous German regions to shape the South Pacific Mandate. Amid World War II, the United States assumed responsibility for the islands in the Gilbert and Marshall Islands battle in 1944. Atomic testing started in 1946 and finished up in 1958. The US government framed the Congress of Micronesia in 1965, an arrangement for expanded self-administration of Pacific islands. The Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands in 1979 gave autonomy to the Marshall Islands, whose constitution and president (Amata Kabua) were formally perceived by the US. Full power or Self-government was accomplished in a Compact of Free Association with the United States. Most of the residents of the Republic of Marshall Islands, shaped in 1982, are of Marshallese plummet, however there are little quantities of outsiders from the United States, China, Philippines, and other Pacific islands.


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Marshall Islands Map

181,43 km2 (189TH)


Marshall Islands Capital


Majuro is the capital and biggest city of the Marshall Islands. It is additionally a huge coral atoll of 64 islands in the Pacific Ocean. It shapes an authoritative locale of the Ratak (Sunrise) Chain of the Marshall Islands. The atoll has a land region of 9.7 square kilometers (3.7 sq mi) and encases a tidal pond of 295 square kilometers (114 sq mi). Similarly as with different atolls in the Marshall Islands, Majuro comprises of limited land masses. At the western end of the atoll, around 50 kilometers (30 mi) from D– U– D by street, is the island network of Laura, a growing local location with a famous shoreline. Laura has the most elevated rise point on the atoll, assessed at under 3 meters (10 feet) above ocean level.


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Marshall Islands Motto

'Accomplishment through joint effort'

National Flower of Marshall Islands

Marshall Islands National Flower

Red Frangipani (Plumeria rubra)

Plumeria rubra is a deciduous plant animal categories having a place with the class Plumeria.Its basic names incorporate frangipani, red paucipan, red-jasmine, red frangipani, basic frangipani, sanctuary tree, or basically plumeria. Plumeria rubra develops as a spreading bush or little tree to a stature of 2– 8 m (5– 25 ft) and comparable width. It has a thick succulent trunk and wiener like obtuse branches secured with a meager dim bark. The branches are fairly weak and when broken, overflow a white latex that can be aggravating to the skin and mucous films. The enormous green leaves can achieve 30 to 50 cm (12 to 20 in) long and are organized on the other hand and grouped toward the finish of the branches. They are deciduous, falling in the cooler months of the year. The blossoms are terminal, showing up at the finishes of branches over the mid year. Frequently lavish and conspicuous, they are firmly fragrant, and have five petals. The hues extend from the basic pink to white with shades of yellow in the focal point of the blossom. At first cylindrical before opening out, the blossoms are 5– 7.5 cm (2– 3 in) in breadth, and just once in a while proceed to create seed - 20-60 winged seeds are contained in a 17.5 cm (7 in) case.




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