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inhabited by Polynesian settlers around the 4th century citation needed The first European sighting was made by Jakob Roggeveen in 1722. Produce of the island is mostly limited to what can be obtained from the sea and the plentiful coconut trees, which were historically of economic importance for copra. The base was officially closed on The World War II airstrip was never able to accommodate large aircraft, but it nonetheless was French Polynesia 's only international airport until Faa'a International Airport opened next to Papeete, Tahiti, in 1960. Retrieved External links edit. Seven Natural Wonders of Australia and Oceania. 4 James Cook sighted the island on, using a Tahitian navigator, Tupaia. Air Tahiti öster mälarstrand västerås öhrmans has five or six flights daily to the Bora Bora Airport on Motu Mute from Tahiti (as well as from other islands).
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The commune is an administrative subdivision of the Leeward Islands and consists of three associated communes : Anau, Faanui and Vaitape. When explorer Jacob Roggeveen first landed on the island, he and his crew adopted the name Bora Bora which has stood ever since. Public transport on the island is nonexistent so rental cars and bicycles are the recommended methods of transport. The Coast Defense Journal. Archived from the original on Retrieved "Bora-Bora Motu Climate Normals 19611990". Liz Claiborne Curve Chill For Men. Known as "Operation Bobcat it maintained a supply force of nine ships, 20,000 tons of equipment and nearly 7,000 men. McLean, Virginia: cdsg Press. "Complete Reconstruction Scheduled for Hotel Bora Bora". 1 In ancient times the island was called "Pora pora mai te pora meaning "created by the gods" in the local Tahitian dialect. Retrieved 15 February 2015. World War II edit In World War II the United States chose Bora Bora as a South Pacific military supply base, and an oil depot, airstrip, seaplane base, and defensive fortifications were constructed.
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