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Aoloau

A'oloau
Village

Coordinates: 14°19′11″S 170°46′12″W / 14.31972°S 170.77000°W / -14.31972; -170.77000Coordinates: 14°19′11″S 170°46′12″W / 14.31972°S 170.77000°W / -14.31972; -170.77000

Country  United States
Territory  American Samoa
Area
 • Total 2.5 sq mi (6.5 km2)
Population (2012)
 • Total 790
 • Density 310/sq mi (120/km2)

A'oloau - also called A'oloaufou - is a village in the west of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. It is located inland, five miles southwest of Pago Pago. A village that on top of the mountain and where is all flat on top of the mountain. It is very inland and top of the mountain. There was two Aoloau in 1946. They also used to be call A'oloautuai and A'oloaufou. But it is Called to be A'oloaufou and nobody live in A'oloautuai. It now call abandoned village in A'oloautuai. Now Family, Friend, and toursil boat to this village and show our of Family ancestry started from.


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