The National anthem of French Polynesia is "Ia Ora 'O Tahiti Nui" which means in English "Long Live Tahiti Nui".
French Polynesia's anthem lyrics were written by Maeva BOUGES, Irmine TEHEI, Angele TEROROTUA, Johanna NOUVEAU, Patrick AMARU, Louis MAMATUI and Jean-Pierre CELESTIN and the music was written by Maeva BOUGES, Irmine TEHEI, Angele TEROROTUA, Johanna NOUVEAU, Patrick AMARU, Louis MAMATUI and Jean-Pierre CELESTIN.
Adopted 1993; Serves As A Local Anthem; As A Territory Of France, "La Marseillaise" Is Official .
Listen to French Polynesia national anthem on Youtube
French Polynesian anthem lyrics (English translation)
God created my homeland
Fragrant garland laid across the many islands
Ode to the little flowers we love
It's a never-fading wreath of sennit
That I celebrate today
Listen to your children's voices
Calling us to cherish the beloved
Long live Tahiti Nui !
You can find more information about French Polynesian anthem on Wikipedia - See link
View the French Polynesian national anthem sheet music - See link
French Polynesian national symbol: outrigger canoe.
Conventional short form country name: French Polynesia.
Conventional long form country name: Overseas Lands of French Polynesia.
Local short form country name: Polynesie Francaise.
Local long form country name: Pays d'outre-mer de la Polynesie Francaise.
Former name of French Polynesia: French Colony of Oceania.
French Polynesia Government Type: parliamentary representative democratic French overseas collectivity.