Polynesian exclave

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The Polynesian Triangle with the Hawai'i Islands (1), New Zealand (2), Easter Island (3), Samoa (4) and Tahiti (5)

A Polynesian exclave is a settlement area with a majority Polynesian population that lies outside the so-called Polynesian triangle and thus in Micronesia or Melanesia . On the islands or atolls , a Samoian language is mostly spoken as a branch of the Polynesian languages . Well-known Polynesian exclaves are:

In Fiji :

In the Federated States of Micronesia :

In New Caledonia :

In Papua New Guinea :

In the Solomon Islands :

In Vanuatu :

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