World Heritage Sites in the Solomon Islands


East Rennell

(11.70 S 160.32 E) -- satellite image

East Rennell makes up the southern third of Rennell Island, the southernmost island in the Solomon Island group in the western Pacific. Rennell, 86 km long x 15 km wide, is the largest raised coral atoll in the world. A major feature of the island is Lake Tegano, which was the former lagoon on the atoll, and is the largest lake in the insular Pacific (15,500 ha).



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Last Updated: July 11, 2017