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Independence / Republic Days
Independence from United Kingdom 12 July 1979

Capital
Tarawa

Current Time in Tarawa (Kiribati)

Calling code
686

Currency
Kiribati dollar
Australian dollar (AUD)

Geographic Coordinates
1°28'N 173°2'E

Official languages
English
Gilbertese

 

Kiribati Flag Description
The upper half is red with a yellow frigate bird flying over a yellow rising sun, and the lower half is blue with three horizontal wavy white stripes to represent the Pacific ocean; the white stripes represent the three island groups - the Gilbert, Line, and Phoenix Islands; the 17 rays of the sun represent the 16 Gilbert Islands and Banaba (formerly Ocean Island); the frigate bird symbolizes authority and freedom.

Kiribati : National Anthem

Stand up, Kiribati

Stand up, People of Kiribati!
Sing with jubilation!
Prepare to accept responsibility
And to help each other!
Be steadfastly righteous!
Love all our people!
Be steadfastly righteous!
Love all our people!

The attainment of contentment
And peace by our people
Will be achieved when all our hearts beat as one,
Love one another!
Promote happiness and unity!
Love one another!
Promote happiness and unity!

We beseech You, O God, To protect and lead us In the days to come.
Help us with Your loving hand.
Bless our Government and all our people!
Bless our Government and all our people!
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