In photos: Nauru, a pearl in the Pacific Ocean(1/8)

2024-01-24 14:14:01 Editor :Li Yan

Aerial view of Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

China and Nauru resumed diplomatic relations on Wednesday.

Nauru is an island country in the Central Pacific with a land area of 21.1 square kilometers and a marine exclusive economic zone of 320,000 square kilometers. The island is 6 kilometers long and 4 kilometers wide, the coastline is about 30 kilometers long, and the highest point is 61 meters above sea level.

A beach view in Ewa on the Pacific island of Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

A local boy looks over the landscape scarred from years of phosphate mining in Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

A young fisherman holds up his catch while snorkeling the coral reefs in Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

The supply ship "Capitaine Fearn" (R) is dwarfed by the massive cantilevers which once loaded phosphate onto ships off Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

Children leap for the ball as they practice their brand of Australian Football or "Aussie Rules" in Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

Teenagers cool off in the sea to escape the oppressive Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

A fisherman is pictured at sunset at the northern end of the airport runway on the small nation island of Nauru. (Photo/Agencies)

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