Marshall islands

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About Marshall islands

The Marshall Islands, officially known as the Republic of the Marshall Islands, is a chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls in the central Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and the Philippines. This nation consists of 29 atolls and 5 solitary islands, totaling over 1,100 individual islands and islets. Majuro, the capital and the largest city, is a bustling hub, boasting a significant harbor, the Alele Museum, Library and National Archives, and a vibrant marketplace. Despite the islands' remote location, they have been a crossroads of cultures for centuries, with a rich history that includes the influence of Micronesian, Melanesian, Filipino, and Western cultures. Traditional Marshallese culture is alive and well, particularly in the outer islands, where you can still see matriarchal clans living traditional lifestyles. The economy relies heavily on assistance from the US, under a Compact of Free Association, and the revenues from fishing licenses. The Marshall Islands also have a tragic legacy as a nuclear testing site by the US after World War II, the remnants of which are still visible in places like the Bikini Atoll. Natural beauty abounds, with coral reefs offering diving and snorkeling opportunities and plentiful marine life. The Marshall Islands, while having challenges of climate change and sea-level rise, continue to draw visitors with their rich culture and stunning tropical environment.