Pana Wina Island

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Pana Wina Island
Geography
Coordinates 11°10′10.72″S 153°0′44″E / 11.1696444°S 153.01222°E / -11.1696444; 153.01222Coordinates: 11°10′10.72″S 153°0′44″E / 11.1696444°S 153.01222°E / -11.1696444; 153.01222
Country
Capital city Port Moresby
Largest city Port Moresby
Prime Minister Peter O'Neill

Pana Wina Island is an island of Papua New Guinea. It is part of the Calvados Chain, a grouping of islands within the Louisiade Archipelago. Pana Wina is the largest island in the Calvados Chain, and lies near the eastern end of the chain, just west of Hemenahei Island.[1] The very small Yakimoan Island lies just west of Pana Wina.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Calvados Chain, oceandots.com (1999)(archive.com)