Tina, Guadalcanal

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Coordinates: 9°16′19″S159°39′53″E / 9.27194°S 159.66472°E / -9.27194; 159.66472 Coordinates: 9°16′19″S159°39′53″E / 9.27194°S 159.66472°E / -9.27194; 159.66472
Country Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands
Province Guadalcanal
Island Guadalcanal
Time zone UTC+11 (UTC)

Tina is a village just south of Taba near the northwest coast of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. It is located 43.8 kilometres (27.2 mi) by road northwest of Honiara. [1]

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