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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
   Country of the Lesser Antilles formed by the island of Saint Vincent and the archipelago of the Grenadines (excluding the southernmost islands belonging to Grenada) located south of Saint Lucia. The economy is mainly based on export agriculture (bananas and marijuana), with tourism having less importance than other Caribbean destinations for the moment.
Government type Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Area 389 kmē (150 sq mi)
Population 110,000 inh. (2012 census)
Population 110,900 inh. (2022 est.)
Population density 285 inh/kmē (739 inh/miē)
Capital Kingstown (12,900 pop.)
Currency Eastern Caribbean dollar
Human development index 0.751 (89th place)
Languages English (official), Creole-English, Patois (Creole-French dialect)
Life expectancy M 70 years, F 75 years
Location in North-Central America

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Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean

GEOGRAPHY DATA OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES


Largest cities
Kingstown 12,900 pop.
Highest mountains
La Soufriere 1,234 m (4,049 ft)
Largest lakes
Crater Lake
Longest rivers
Colonarie
Largest islands
Saint Vincent 343 kmē (132 sq mi)
Bequia 17 kmē (6.6 sq mi)
Union Island 9 kmē (3.5 sq mi)
Canouan 7.6 kmē (2.9 sq mi)
Mustique 5.7 kmē (2.2 sq mi)

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

   The country is administratively divided into 6 parishes, one of which is made up of the Grenadines, a small archipelago south of Saint Vincent, the largest island; the parish of Charlotte, corresponding to the eastern part of Saint Vincent, is by far the largest, but is surpassed by that of Saint George in terms of the number of inhabitants.




Kingstown