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Independence Day in French Polynesia

Independence Day in French Polynesia is held on June 29. Anniversary of the transfer of full sovereignty over all territories depending on the crown of Tahiti to France, by King Pomar V in 1880. This event in the third decade of the month June is annual. Help us Help us 
29 June - Independence Day in French Polynesia
French Polynesia Is Known for Its Stunning Beaches and Resorts — but a Younger Generation Is Working to Highlight Its Rich Traditions. French is recognized as the official language of French Polynesia. However, a majority of the population knows at least one Polynesian language as well! Motu Tapu, an isle located near Bora Bora, is said to be the most photographed isle in the South Pacific.
The native Pomare Family ruled until December 29, 1880, when Tahiti finally became a French colony. In 1957, the islands were reconstituted into a French Overseas Territory and given the official name French Polynesia.

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