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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 3 May 19, Friday
Random information on the term “Capital of Samoa”:
The National University of Samoa (Le Iunivesite Aoao o Samoa) is the only national university in Samoa. Established in 1984 by an act of parliament, it is coeducational and provides certificate, diploma, and undergraduate degree programs, as well as technical and vocational training. About 2,000 students were enrolled in 2010 with an estimated 300 staff. It offers a wide range of programmes including Arts, Business and Entrepreneurship, Education, Science, Nursing, Engineering and Maritime Training. The Centre for Samoan Studies, established in the university for the teaching of the Samoan language and culture, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as the world’s first degree in Master of Samoan Studies.
The National University of Samoa has the distinction of being one of two universities in Samoa. The second is the University of the South Pacific – Alafua Campus which specializes in Agriculture. The campus was built in part with funding from the Government of Japan. It is built around the largest Fale Samoa in the world.
Random information on the term “APIA”:
Coordinates: 5°06′N 75°57′W / 5.100°N 75.950°W / 5.100; -75.950
Apía is a town and municipality in the Department of Risaralda, Colombia. It is located at an elevation of 1,630 metres, about 60 km away from district capital Pereira in the valley of the Apia river. It has 17,000 inhabitants according to the 2005 census, 9,000 of which live in the urban areas of the municipality, the other 8,000 in the rural areas split into 42 corregimientos. The town has excellent views over the Tatamá Hill which is part of the Tatamá Nature Park.
The area was colonised in 1872 but the town was founded on 15 August 1883 by settlers from Antioquia. Amongst these were José María Marín and his wife María Encarnación de Marín who were the first to build in the area. The settlement was initially called La Villa de las Cáscaras (“Town of the Husks”) because the roofs were thatched with cumulú, a native plant.
The urban area comprises the boroughs of Jaime Rendón, Bermeja, Centenario, Quince de Agosto, El Clavel, Santa Inés, Villa de las Cáscaras, Acozma I, Motoristas, San Juan, San Vicente, Asovice, Villaserrana and Antonio Nariño.