Haʻatoʻu

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Ha`ato`u location in Lifuka Island Lifuka.gif
Haʻatoʻu location in Lifuka Island

Haʻatoʻu is a settlement in Lifuka island, Tonga.

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Coordinates: 19°48′40″S174°21′00″W / 19.811°S 174.350°W / -19.811; -174.350 (Ha'ato'u)

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