Papua New Guinea 

Papua New Guinea comprises the eastern part of the world's largest and highest tropical island, New Guinea, together with many smaller offshore islands.
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Port Moresby is the capital of Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby is the capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea.
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Wewak is the capital of the East Sepik province in the Sepik region of Papua New Guinea.
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Madang is a town in Madang Province on the north coast of Papua New Guinea. In 2005 it had a population of almost 30,000.
Madang and Morobe are two provinces of Papua New Guinea. Madang has a good range of things to do and see and is arguably PNG's main tourism destination.
Southern Papua New Guinea
Southern Papua New Guinea encompases Central Province, Northern Province, and PNG's National Capital District, Port Moresby.
The Highlands is a region in Papua New Guinea. The Highlands were discovered by Australian explorers delving into the unexplored interior of Papua New Guinea in search for gold in the beginning of the 20th century.
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Milne Bay is a beautiful, peaceful province in the southeastern tip of Papua New Guinea.
The Sepik is a region of Papua New Guinea, consisting of two provinces, East Sepik and West Sepik.
Bougainville is the largest island of the Solomon Islands archipelago, and an autonomous island region within Papua New Guinea.
New Ireland & Manus
New Ireland and Manus is an island region in Papua New Guinea.
New Britain
New Britain is a large island region in Papua New Guinea. Administratively, New Britain is divided up into two of Papua New Guinea's provinces, East New Britain and West New Britain.
Western Papua New Guinea
Western Papua New Guinea consists of the country's Gulf and Western Provinces. The western region consists of the following provinces:
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