Hahake District

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Hahake
District
Map of Wallis Island showing the 3 districts:Hahake is located in the middle
Map of Wallis Island showing the 3 districts:
Hahake is located in the middle
Coordinates: 13°17′S 176°11′W / 13.283°S 176.183°W / -13.283; -176.183Coordinates: 13°17′S 176°11′W / 13.283°S 176.183°W / -13.283; -176.183
Country  France
Territory  Wallis and Futuna
Island Wallis
Chiefdom Uvea
Capital Mata-Utu
Area
 • Total 27.8 km2 (10.7 sq mi)
Population (2008)
 • Total 3,759
Time zone UTC+12
No. of municipalities 6

Hakake (Uvean for "East") is one of the 5 districts of Wallis and Futuna, located in Wallis Island, in the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Chiefdom of Uvea.

Geography[edit]

Located in the middle of the island, Hahake borders with the districts of Hihifo and Mua. Mata-Utu (or Matāʻutu) is the capital of the district, and of the Wallis and Futuna Territory as a whole.

The districts is divided into 6 municipal villages:[1]

Village Population
Mata'utu 1,266
Liku 688
Falaleu 650
Aka'aka 538
Ahoa 464
Haafuasia 419

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