Mala'efo'ou

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Mala'efo'ou
Village
Mala'efo'ou is located in Wallis
Mala'efo'ou
Mala'efo'ou
Location in Wallis Island
Coordinates: 13°20′25″S 176°11′30″W / 13.34028°S 176.19167°W / -13.34028; -176.19167Coordinates: 13°20′25″S 176°11′30″W / 13.34028°S 176.19167°W / -13.34028; -176.19167
Country  France
Territory  Wallis and Futuna
Island Wallis
Chiefdom Uvea
District Mua
Population (2008)
 • Total 224
Time zone UTC+12

Mala'efo'ou, formerly Mua, is a village in Wallis and Futuna. It is located in Mua District on the southeast coast of Wallis Island.

Overview[edit]

Mala'efo'ou is the main town in the district, located about 8 km south of Mata-Utu. Its population according to the 2008 census was 224 people.[1]Except a few industrial buildings the village is mostly residential.

Near the village there are two archaeological sites Talietumu and Tonga Toto and north of the center is also the church L'église Saint-Joseph, the oldest church in Wallis.

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