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Article: Vanuatu: a peaceful island paradise for Prince Philip

Vanuatu: a peaceful island paradise for Prince Philip

Vanuatu: a peaceful island paradise for Prince Philip

On September 15, 1981, a new and unique national flag was raised on the square in front of the United Nations building. The flag is red on the upper right, green on the lower right, and black on the left. This is the flag of the Republic of Vanuatu.

 

Vanuatu has twice been voted the happiest country in the world. So far, it has intact the traditional culture and customs of the Melanesian people. Their language, music, dance, and dress all have a strong Melanesian atmosphere. With idyllic white-sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise water, and incredible beachfront hotels and resorts, Vanuatu is one of the best destinations for a romantic or relaxing getaway.

 

 

In 1974, Prince Philip visited the South Pacific island of Vanuatu with Queen Elizabeth. The people of Vanuatu regarded him as the son of their legendary mountain god. They also believed that Prince Philip would bring them happiness. Yet it was Vanuatu that brought happiness to the prince. Far away from rainy London, Prince Philip found a peaceful island paradise. Strolling along its sands, he was free of the thorny problems of royal life for a while.

 

 

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