Fiji is a group of about
844 islands, of which 106 are inhabited, in the South Pacific east of
Vauatu. It became independent in 1970. The map shows the largest
islands, including Viti Levu where the capital, Suva, is located.
The stamp issued by Fiji
in 1977 shows a simplified map of the islands in shaded relief. Only
the capital of Fiji, Suva, is identified.