Tanrake

Tanrake is a village in Tuvalu. It is on Nui atoll, on Fenua Tapu islet.[1][2] The location is 7.25°S 177.15°E.

Tanrake
Village
The Tanrake island is a populated place in the Pacific Ocean. The location is 7.25°S 177.15°E. The Dutch expedition found the Tanake Islands at the morning of June 14th, 1825 at the position 7°9'S 177°28'E (Logbook of the Fregate MARIA REIGERSBERG) and named the main island Nederlandsch Eiland.
The Tanrake island is a populated place in the Pacific Ocean. The location is 7.25°S 177.15°E. The Dutch expedition found the Tanake Islands at the morning of June 14th, 1825 at the position 7°9'S 177°28'E (Logbook of the Fregate MARIA REIGERSBERG) and named the main island Nederlandsch Eiland.
Tanrake is located in Tuvalu
Tanrake
Tanrake
Coordinates: 7°14′45″S 177°08′49″E / 7.24583°S 177.147°E / -7.24583; 177.147Coordinates: 7°14′45″S 177°08′49″E / 7.24583°S 177.147°E / -7.24583; 177.147
CountryTuvalu
Population
 (2012)
 • Total221

Tanrake is also known as Manutalake – Meang. In the 2012 Census the population was 221 people.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Map of Nui. Tuvaluislands.com.
  2. ^ British Admiralty Nautical Chart 766 Ellice Islands (1893 ed.). United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO). 21 March 1872.
  3. ^ "Population of communities in Tuvalu". Thomas Brinkhoff. 11 April 2012. Retrieved 20 March 2016.

[1] - Tanrake at World Gazetteer