PAGO PAGO introduction:

Basics:
Port of Pago Pago is the capital of American Samoa and the island. It rests on such a large inlet that it almost bisects the island, forming a large natural deep-water harbor. About 15,000 people lived in the town that rests on Pago Pago Harbor. Nowadays the islands are made up of the independent Kingdom of Samoa and the U.S. territory of American Samoa.

Development:
The area was the site of a coaling and repair station for the U.S. Navy from 1878 to 1951, known afterwards as United States Naval Station Tutuila. Pago Pago Harbor was onece shelled by a Japanese submarine in early 1942, this incident remaining the only battle action on the islands during World War II. On September 29 in 2009, a tsunami caused damage to villages, buildings and vehicles and an unknown number of deaths.

Climate:
Pago Pago has a tropical rainforest climate.
 

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