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Hamilton the capital of Bermuda

Discovered by Juan de Bermudez, a Spanish sailor, in 1505, Bermuda is a British overseas territory in the North Atlantic, consisting of around 138 islands. The issue of independence from the British is dominating the country but it is being found that majority are opposed to independence.

The capital Hamilton is located in the largest island of the country, some 600 miles off the American coast. A popular tourist destination Bermuda is one of the most advanced economies in the world. Cricket is the most popular sport of the country.

Travel Overview
Captivating pristine sand beaches, spectacular diving sites, affable dolphins and British architecture, Bermuda, some 600 miles off the American coast, offers all this and more. The picturesque town of St. George is worth a visit. You can relax at the pink sand beaches such as Horseshoe Bay in Southampton, John Smith's Beach, Elbow Beach, St. Catherine's Beach and the Spittal Pond and Crystal Caves. Other places of attraction of the country are the Royal Naval Dockyard, Devil's Hole, the Bermuda Maritime Museum, Bermuda Aquarium, Bermuda National Trust Museum and Zoo and the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute that make Bermuda a tourist’s delight. And not to be missed is the Dolphin Quest where you can swim with dolphins at the RN Dockyard.

Capital: Hamilton
Location: North America, group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of South Carolina (US)
Climate: subtropical; mild, humid; gales, strong winds common in winter
Total Area: 53.3 sq km
Total Population: 66,163
Population Growth Rate: 0.576%
Sex Ratio: 0.959 male(s)/female
Literacy: 98%
Ethnic Groups: black, white, mixed, other races, unspecified
Irrigated land: 40 sq km
Languages: English, Portuguese
Time Zone: UTC-4
Currency: Bermudian dollar
Type of govt.: parliamentary; self-governing territory
Head of Govt.: Premier Ewart Brown
Major Political Parties: Progressive Labor Party or PLP, United Bermuda Party or UBP
Participation in International Organizations: Caricom, Interpol, IOC, ITUC, UPU, WCO
Major Agricultural Products: bananas, vegetables, citrus, flowers; dairy products, honey
Industry & Transport: international business, tourism, light manufacturing
Airports: 1
447 km
Major Trade Partners: France, Spain, US, South Korea
Exports: $1.469 billion
Imports: $982 million

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