Ainako in Hawaii County HI


Ainako - Physical Feature (Area) in Hawaii County

Ainako is a physical feature (area) in Hawaii County. The primary coordinates for Ainako places it within the 96704 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Ainako - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

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Feature Name: Ainako
Category: Hawaii physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Area
County: Hawaii County
Latitude: 19.0943336487
Longitude: -155.804885864
GNIS ID: 358478
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Hawaiian Ocean View, HI (3.1 miles SE)
Discovery Harbour, HI (11.9 miles ESE)
Waiohinu, HI (12.8 miles E)
Naalehu, HI (14.7 miles E)

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Kona South Estates, HI (1.4 miles S)
Country Garden Estates, HI (1.9 miles S)
Hawaiian Ocean View Estates, HI (2.4 miles ENE)
Hawaiian Ocean View Ranchos, HI (3.1 miles SE)

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