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Solomon Islands: Country Profile

Area: 1.35m sq km (850,000 sq miles)
Population: 523,000 (2009 est.)
Capital city: Honiara
People: Melanesian (94%), Polynesian (4%), Micronesian (1.5%), Europeans and Chinese.
Languages: The official language is English but the most widely used language is Pidgin. There are at least 60 indigenous languages and in addition numerous dialects.
Religion(s): The major religion is Christianity (32.8%) Church of Melanesia, (19%) Roman Catholic, (11%) Seventh Day Adventist, (10.3%) United Church, (2.4%) Christian Fellowship Church, (4.4%) and other Christian People adhere to the extended family or Wantok system. Traditional beliefs often co-exist with Christianity.
Currency: Solomon Islands Dollar (SBD)

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