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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Nauru experiences warm and humid weather with some rain showers. The average temperature is around 26°C and there is a moderate amount of rainfall throughout the month. February brings an increase in temperatures to around 28°C but rainfall continues to be frequent. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 30°C and rainfall gradually decreases throughout most parts of the country. April brings even warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 31-33°C, although rain showers may still occur in some areas. May is the hottest month in Nauru with average temperatures ranging from 33-35°C and some showers possible throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 28-30°C but rain remains possible throughout much of Nauru. In the small island category: Nauru. It is the smallest republic in the world and has a total area of ​​21.3 km2. For orientation: it is located northeast of New Guinea and above the Solomon Islands, of course in the Pacific Ocean. It is also a tropical island like any other. A maximum of 30°C during the day and a lot of rain all year round. Usually in short, heavy showers. The sun shines calmly before and after the showers. Check aristmarketing for Nauru in 1997.

Nauru Geography and Population

OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Nauru CAPITAL CITY: Yaren POPULATION: 9378 (2011) AREA: 21 km² OFFICIAL LANGUAGE (S): Nauru, English RELIGION: Protestants 66%, Catholics 33%, others 1% COIN: Australian dollars CURRENCY CODE: AUD ENGLISH NAME: Nauru INDEPENDENCE: 1968 POPULATION COMPOSITION: Nauruan 60%, others (Micronesians, Chinese, Australians, etc.) 40% GDP PER residents: 3450 $ (2007) LIFE EXPECTANCY:… Read More »

Nauru History and Politics

History The events prior to its colonization at the end of the 19th century are little known due to the lack of written sources and the almost absence of archaeological data. Subsequent events are closely linked to the history of its only wealth: phosphate. Nauru comprehensive information can be found on simplyyellowpages. It was probably initially populated by… Read More »