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Official Name Saipan & Tinian
The two largest islands in the Northern Marianas, a commonwealth territory of the U.S., claimed 1947
Important Cities Capital Hill and San Jose
Languages English, Chamorro, Carolinian
Official Currency US Dollar
Religions Catholic, traditional beliefs
Population 77,311 (all islands)
Land Area 190 sq km (73.3 sq miles)
Latitude/Longitude 15º 12N, 145º 45E
Oceania Map here
Saipan/Tinian Map here
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