Lufilufi is a historical village situated on the north coast of Upolu island in Samoa. The village is part of the electoral constituency (Faipule District) Anoamaa East which is within the larger political district of Atua.
Lufilufi is the traditional center of the Atua district and is the residence of the royal Tui Atua pāpā title. Governed by the 'Faleono' (House of six) orator group, it is also vested with the authority to appoint the Tui Atua. Lufilufi's honorific salutation includes the title of 'Matua o Atua', (the Head, or Elder of Atua).
O le Fa'alupega o Lufilufi
Tulouna a oe Lufilufi
tulouna lau saofaiga
tulouna lo outou to'aono (Poloai, Tomanogi, Magele, Sele, Taala, Feesago) ma le vai na lepa
Afio mai le Tui Atua ma ou tu'itu'i o Tupa'i ma Ta'inau
Susū mai lau susuga a Tupa'i o le Nofoasā
Susū mai le Togiai o le Tui Atua ave aumalaga
Alaala mau Leausa ne e itu'au a'i e Alataua a'i
Afio mai Seutatia na alaala maota i le Mulinuu.
Maota o Tupu
- Archaeology in Samoa
- Situated in Lufilufi is the Methodist Piula Theological College and Piula Cave Pool.
- "Population and Housing Census Report 2006" (PDF). Samoa Bureau of Statistics. July 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 19 December 2009.
- Fairbairn-Dunlop, Peggy (2003). Samoan women: widening choices. University of the South Pacific. p. 127. ISBN 982-02-0360-0. Retrieved 30 January 2011.
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