October 27, 2013

Rock Islands, Palau

Photograph by Markus Mauthe, laif/Redux

The picturesque nation of Palau forms an island chain southeast of the Philippines roughly 125 miles long. A trust territory of the United States from 1947 until 1994, this Micronesian archipelago is made up of eight large islands and some 250 islets.

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