Outline of French Polynesia


Outline of French Polynesia
The location of French Polynesia
An enlargeable map of the French Overseas Collectivity of French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a French overseas collectivity located in the South Pacific Ocean.[1] It is made up of several groups of Polynesian islands, the most famous island being Tahiti in the Society Islands group, which is also the most populous island and the seat of the capital of the territory (Papeete). Although not an integral part of its territory, Clipperton Island was administered from French Polynesia until 2007.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to French Polynesia:

General reference

An enlargeable map of French Polynesia

Geography of French Polynesia

An enlargeable hydrographic map of French Polynesia

Environment of French Polynesia

An enlargeable satellite image of the islands of Bora Bora, Tahaa, and Raiatea in French Polynesia
  • Climate of French Polynesia
  • Environmental issues in French Polynesia
  • Ecoregions in French Polynesia
  • Renewable energy in French Polynesia
  • Geology of French Polynesia
  • Protected areas of French Polynesia
    • Biosphere reserves in French Polynesia
    • National parks of French Polynesia
  • Wildlife of French Polynesia

Natural geographic features of French Polynesia

  • Fjords of French Polynesia
  • Glaciers of French Polynesia
  • Islands of French Polynesia
  • Lakes of French Polynesia
  • Mountains of French Polynesia
  • Rivers of French Polynesia
    • Waterfalls of French Polynesia
  • Valleys of French Polynesia
  • World Heritage Sites in French Polynesia: None

Regions of French Polynesia

Main article: Regions of French Polynesia

Ecoregions of French Polynesia

Main article: Ecoregions in French Polynesia

Administrative divisions of French Polynesia

Main article: Administrative divisions of French Polynesia
  • Provinces of French Polynesia
    • Districts of French Polynesia
      • Municipalities of French Polynesia
Provinces of French Polynesia
Districts of French Polynesia
Municipalities of French Polynesia

Demography of French Polynesia

Main article: Demographics of French Polynesia

Government and politics of French Polynesia

Main article: Government of French Polynesia and Politics of French Polynesia

Branches of the government of French Polynesia

Executive branch of the government of French Polynesia

Legislative branch of the government of French Polynesia

  • Parliament of French Polynesia (bicameral)

Judicial branch of the government of French Polynesia

  • Supreme Court of French Polynesia

Foreign relations of French Polynesia

  • Diplomatic missions in French Polynesia
  • Diplomatic missions of French Polynesia

International organization membership

The government of French Polynesia is a member of:[1]

Law and order in French Polynesia

Main article: Law of French Polynesia
  • Capital punishment in French Polynesia
  • Constitution of French Polynesia
  • Crime in French Polynesia
  • Human rights in French Polynesia
    • LGBT rights in French Polynesia
    • Freedom of religion in French Polynesia
  • Law enforcement in French Polynesia

Military of French Polynesia

Main article: Military of French Polynesia
  • Command
  • Forces
    • Army of French Polynesia
    • Navy of French Polynesia
    • Air Force of French Polynesia
    • Special forces of French Polynesia
  • Military history of French Polynesia
  • Military ranks of French Polynesia

Local government in French Polynesia

History of French Polynesia

Main article: History of French Polynesia, Timeline of the history of French Polynesia, and Current events of French Polynesia
  • Economic history of French Polynesia
  • Military history of French Polynesia

Culture of French Polynesia

Main article: Culture of French Polynesia
  • Architecture of French Polynesia
  • Cuisine of French Polynesia
  • Ethnic minorities in French Polynesia
  • Festivals in French Polynesia
  • Humor in French Polynesia
  • Languages of French Polynesia
  • Media in French Polynesia
  • National symbols of French Polynesia
  • People of French Polynesia
  • Prostitution in French Polynesia
  • Public holidays in French Polynesia
  • Records of French Polynesia
  • Religion in French Polynesia
    • Buddhism in French Polynesia
    • Christianity in French Polynesia
    • Hinduism in French Polynesia
    • Islam in French Polynesia
    • Judaism in French Polynesia
    • Sikhism in French Polynesia
  • World Heritage Sites in French Polynesia: None

Art in French Polynesia

  • Art in French Polynesia
  • Cinema of French Polynesia
  • Literature of French Polynesia
  • Music of French Polynesia
  • Television in French Polynesia
  • Theatre in French Polynesia

Sports in French Polynesia

Main article: Sports in French Polynesia
  • Football in French Polynesia
  • Polynesia at the Olympics

Economy and infrastructure of French Polynesia

Main article: Economy of French Polynesia
  • Agriculture in French Polynesia
  • Banking in French Polynesia
    • National Bank of French Polynesia
  • Communications in French Polynesia
    • Internet in French Polynesia
  • Companies of French Polynesia
  • Economic history of French Polynesia
  • Energy in French Polynesia
    • Energy policy of French Polynesia
    • Oil industry in French Polynesia
  • Mining in French Polynesia
  • Tourism in French Polynesia
  • Transport in French Polynesia
  • French Polynesia Stock Exchange

Education in French Polynesia

Main article: Education in French Polynesia

Infrastructure of French Polynesia

  • Health care in French Polynesia
  • Transportation in French Polynesia
  • Water supply and sanitation in French Polynesia

See also

References

External links

Wikimedia Atlas of French Polynesia

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Government

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