Palau. They are a group of islands located in the Pacific Ocean, belonging to Oceania and have about 22,000 inhabitants. They are about 500 km east of the Philippines and became independent from the United States in 1994.
The early history of the Palau (Belau) is largely veiled in mystery. Why, how and when people came to these beautiful islands is unknown, but some studies indicate that they are distant relatives of Malaysians from Indonesia, Melanesians from New Guinea and Polynesians. As for the date of its arrival, dating remains of the oldest known, villages on the Rock Islands and spectacular terraces on the babeldaob civilization are calculated from the beginning of the 11th century.
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