- Vitu Islands
Vitu Islands (IPA2|vitu), is a volcanic group with an area of 37 sq mi (96 km²) located in the
Bismarck Archipelagovolcanic island group, a part of Papua New Guineain the South West Pacific, which has a total area of 19,200 sq mi (49,730 km²). Garoveand Uneaare the largest islands. The group is the chief copracenter of Papua New Guinea. Formerly called the French Islands, the group is sometimes known as the Witu Islands.
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