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Grenada

Common English Name: Grenada

Capital: St. George’s

REGION
Caribbean
NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES
None (Island)
NEIGHBORING BODIES OF WATER
Caribbean Sea (West)
Atlantic Ocean (East)
TOTAL AREA
344 km2 (100% land, 0% water)
TOTAL LAND BOUNDARIES
0 km (Island)
TOTAL COASTLINE
121 km
CLIMATE
Tropical
TERRAIN
Mountainous
HIGHEST POINT
Mount Saint Catherine (840 m)
LOWEST POINT
Sea Level
NATURAL RESOURCES
Timber
Tropical fruit
NATURAL DISASTERS
Hurricanes
DEMONYM
Grenadian
LARGEST ETHNIC GROUPS
Black (82%)
Mixed (13%)
European/Asian (5%)
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE(S)
English
OTHER MAJOR LANGUAGE(S)
French patois
LARGEST RELIGIOUS GROUPS
Roman Catholic (44.6%)
Protestant (43.5%)
Atheist (3.6%)
Jehovah’s Witness (1.1%)
Rastafarian (1.1%)
POPULATION
111,219
LARGEST CITY
St. George’s (38,000)
GOVERNMENT TYPE
Parliamentary democracy with a commonwealth realm
HEAD OF STATE
Queen Elizabeth II (United Kingdom)
HEAD OF GOVERNMENT
Prime Minister Keith Mitchell
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS
6 Parishes
1 Dependency
INDEPENDENCE GAINED
7 February 1974 (from the United Kingdom)
NATIONAL ANTHEM
Hail Grenada
GDP PER CAPITA
$13,500 (USD)
CURRENCY
$ (East Caribbean Dollar)
EXCHANGE RATE
$1 (USD) = $2.70 (XCD)
INTERNET COUNTRY CODE
.gd
TELEPHONE COUNTRY CODE
+1 (473)

Grenadian cuisine is extremely diverse because of the diverse backgrounds of its people.

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/gj.html (Majority of information)

http://www.theodora.com/wfbcurrent/grenada/grenada_people.html (Ethnic data)

Wolfram|Alpha (Currency exchange data)

Information accurate to best of ability as of 5 November 2016