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Spread over several hundred thousand square miles of the Pacific, the Marshall Islands are a divers paradise of coral reefs, exotic species of fish, and WWII wrecks. The narrow Majuro atoll is the country's capital, with a major port and international airport. Before departing the city for snorkeling adventures, take the opportunity to learn about the history and people of the Marshall Islands at the Alele Museum, or shop for some traditional woven baskets and bags, a specialty of the islands.
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