Pago Pago

Pago Pago ( /ˈpɑːŋɡoʊˈpɑːŋɡoʊ/; Samoan: ) is the capital of American Samoa. In 2000, its population was 11,500. The city is served by Pago Pago International Airport. Tourism, entertainment, food, and tuna canning are its primary industries.

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