Pago Pago, American Samoa

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Pago Pago
A portion of the docks at Utulei and Fagatogo in Pago Pago Harbor. In the background is the Matafao Mountain. Fagatogo was struck by a tsunami on 29 September 2009, causing moderate damage and rock slides.[1]
A portion of the docks at Utulei and Fagatogo in Pago Pago Harbor. In the background is the Matafao Mountain. Fagatogo was struck by a tsunami on 29 September 2009, causing moderate damage and rock slides.[1]
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Coordinates: Coordinates: 14°16′46″S 170°42′02″W / 14.27944°S 170.70056°W / -14.27944; -170.70056
CountryUnited States
TerritoryAmerican Samoa
Elevation
30 ft (9 m)
Population
 (2000)
 • Total11,500
Websitehttp://www.pagopago.com/

Pago Pago is a village in American Samoa. It is the capital of the country but not the seat of government. In 2000, 11,500 people live there

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