Pana Tinani

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This image (Landsat7) shows the island Pana Tinani in the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea. Near the west coast there are shown (from north to south) other islands: Hevaisi, Pana Wina and Wanim.

Pana Tinani is an island in the Louisiade Archipelago in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. The island has an area of 78 km2. The island is hilly, rising to 338 m at Mt. Guyuba. At the census of population in 2000, the island had 225 inhabitants, all in the village of Bwailahina on the southeast coast.

Coordinates: 11°13′48″S 153°09′25″E / 11.23000°S 153.15694°E / -11.23000; 153.15694