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The Seiber Islands
Wotanberg's Islands in the Sun



The Seiber Islands (sometimes called Tarafu) is a virtual necklace of jewels in the South Pacific (See map of Islands). The islands are south of the famed Marivellas, northeast of New Caledonia and northwest of Fiji. (See Map of Pacific.) Once a colony of the Grand Duchy of Wotanberg, the Seiber Islands is now an independent constitutional monarchy. The Grand Duchy of Wotanberg and the Seiber Islands still maintain close political, military, and economic relations and, along with the Mustela Islands, are members of the Wotanberger Commonwealth.

For a brief history of the Seiber Islands.

For the Seiber Island Historical Journal.

For information about Seiber Airlines and Jake Cutter International Airport.

For information about the nation's military.

For information on what the Seiber Islands has to offer the tourist, click here.