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Sengoro Destination Guide

Delve into Sengoro in Papua New Guinea

Sengoro in the region of East Sepik is a city in Papua New Guinea - some 471 mi or ( 758 km ) North-West of Port Moresby , the country's capital .

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Current time in Sengoro is now 09:53 PM (Tuesday) . The local timezone is named " Pacific/Port Moresby " with a UTC offset of 10 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Jayapura, Wewak, Wambe, Wabag, and Turing. While being here, make sure to check out Jayapura . Are you curious about the possible sightseeing spots and facts in Sengoro ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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Yangoru-Saussia District

Yangoru-Saussia District is a district of East Sepik Province in Papua New Guinea. It is one of the six administrative districts that make up the province.

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Located at -3.77 143.42 (Lat./Long.); Less than 6 km away
Tags: Districts of Papua New Guinea

Momase Region

Momase Region is one of four regions of Papua New Guinea. Its largest city is Lae, the second city of the nation.

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Located at -3.58 143.64 (Lat./Long.); Less than 26 km away
Tags: Regions of Papua New Guinea

Wewak District

Wewak District is a district of East Sepik Province in Papua New Guinea. It is one of the six administrative districts that make up the province. The main town in Wewak.

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Located at -3.58 143.64 (Lat./Long.); Less than 26 km away
Tags: Districts of Papua New Guinea

Bombing of Wewak

The Bombing of Wewak was a series of air raids by the USAAF Fifth Air Force, on 17–21 August 1943, against the major air base of the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force on the mainland of New Guinea, at Wewak. The four raids, over a five-day period, represented a decisive victory for the Allies: the Japanese Fourth Air Army lost about 100 planes on the ground and in the air, reducing its operational strength to about 30 planes. Ten aircraft from the U.S. Fifth Air Force were lost.

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Located at -3.55 143.63 (Lat./Long.); Less than 28 km away
Tags: 1943 in Papua New Guinea, Battles and operations of World War II involving Papua New Guinea, Battles of World War II involving Australia, Battles of World War II involving Japan, Battles of World War II involving the United States, Conflicts in 1943, South West Pacific theatre of World War II, World War II aerial operations and battles of the Pacific Theatre