This map of Palau shows populated places, roads, and its five main islands. Satellite imagery displays the Rock Islands and the types of landscapes of Palau.
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About the map
Palau is an island country part of Micronesia in Oceania. It contains over 500 islands in the Pacific Ocean. But most are uninhabited tropical islands.
It’s situated in the Philippine Sea with Guam to the northeast, Papua New Guinea to the southeast, Malaysia and Indonesia to the southwest, and the Philippines to the west.
Its most populous islands are Angaur, Babeldaob, Koror, and Peleliu. But about two-thirds of the population in Palau lives in Koror. The capital of Palau is Ngerulmud, which replaced its largest city, Koror.Palau in Google Maps
Palau Satellite Map
Altogether, the Palau island area is 459 square kilometers (177 sq mi). This makes it close to the area of Andorra or Seychelles. Overall, it’s one of the smallest countries in the world. Its largest island is Babeldaob and contains the capital city of Ngerulmud. Although Koror is smaller in size, it consists of Koror City and several hamlets accounting for approximately 65% of Palau’s population. Angaur (Ngeaur) is situated southwest of Beliliou and is a raised platform island. Finally, the Rock Islands (Chelbacheb) of Palau consist of 300 small limestone or coral islands, which have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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