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      Nevis Information
The island of Nevis situated at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. The total area of the region is about 93 km2. Charlestown is the capital city of the Nevis Island. The shape of the island is conical with a volcanic peak at the middle. To the west and north quadrants of the island there are sandy beaches. The sandy beaches are included with the blend of coral sand with brown and black sand, craggy and washed down from the volcanic rocks that constitute the island. The people of Caribs and Dulcina identified the island of Nevis as Oualie. The Spanish gave the name Nevis to the island. Nevis is as well called known by the sobriquet "Queen of the Caribees". The larger part of the people in the Nevis belongs to African Descent. The official language is English.

      Nevis Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The past of the island commences with the entry of Columbus in the year 1493. Nevis got its name from "Nuestra Senora de Las Nieves" which has synonym "Our Lady of the Snows". Before the arrival of Columbus, the island was identified as Dulcina "Sweet Island" by the people of Arawaks, Oualie "land of beautiful waters" by the Caribs people. In the 18th century the island was called as "Queen of the Caribees." Nevis is one of the initial colonies in the archipelago. The island was captured by British from the Spanish and in 1628 the initial British colonists came to the Island from bordering St. Kitts Island. Sugarcane was the main cash crop in that period. In 1706 English was impelled by Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, the French Canadian creator of Louisiana in North America. In the period of war Nevisians were forced to go to Nevis. One effect of the French assault was a malformed sugar industry and throughout the following suffering on Nevis. The advanced progress of civilization with a greater part of small, individual farmers and entrepreneurs shaped a middleclass in Nevis. The island is famous for Waterfalls, gorges, landscapes and the pure nature of the Island. The Nevis Botanical Garden, Catamaran Sail, churches, windmills, refurbished Great Houses, City Skating Rink and City Park in the capital city of Nevis are most attracted sites of the Nevis Island.

      Nevis Demographics
Nevis Total Population - 12,106

      Nevis Education
The system of education on the island of Nevis includes preschool, primary, secondary and postsecondary learning. The education in the island of Nevis is obligatory for the ages 5 to 16. The Elementary learning is of seven years. Secondary learning is of four years education. In the year 1991 a National Committee was formed to promote the education. The education here is offered for free. Trainings for the teachers were offered to develop the standard of education. The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Secondary School Examination was initiated in 1983. Till then the procedure of the United Kingdom was followed.

Nevis Symbols

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Nevis Flag
Nevis Anthem
O Land of Beauty!
Nevis Motto
"Country Above Self"

      Nevis History
The past of the island commences with the entry of Columbus in the year 1493. Nevis got its name from "Nuestra Senora de Las Nieves" which has synonym "Our Lady of the Snows". Before the arrival of Columbus, the island was identified as Dulcina "Sweet Island" by the people of Arawaks, Oualie "land of beautiful waters" by the Caribs people. In the 18th century the island was called as "Queen of the Caribees." Nevis is one of the initial colonies in the archipelago. The island was captured by British from the Spanish and in 1628 the initial British colonists came to the Island from bordering St. Kitts Island. Sugarcane was the main cash crop in that period. In 1706 English was impelled by Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, the French Canadian creator of Louisiana in North America. In the period of war Nevisians were forced to go to Nevis. One effect of the French assault was a malformed sugar industry and throughout the following suffering on Nevis. The advanced progress of civilization with a greater part of small, individual farmers and entrepreneurs shaped a middleclass in Nevis.

      Nevis Tourism
The island of Nevis is ecstasy for the people who care for nature. The island is identified for its appeal, serenity and pure natural form. The peak point of the island is situated at a height of 3,232 foot. The island is known for its exceptional snorkeling and scuba diving in the region of wrecks and submerged ledges. Archaeology, a lime kiln and discovering the remains of old sugar plantations. The ancient architectural structures like churches, windmills, and refurbished Great Houses are very popular tourist destination sites of Nevis Island. Nevis is known for its genuine and the people are not commercial. Windsurfing, scuba diving, and golfing are most liked pastime for the local people as well as tourists in the Island of Nevis. Waterfalls, gorges, and landscapes of the Island are worth watching it. The Nevis Botanical Garden, Catamaran Sail, churches, windmills, and refurbished Great Houses are worth watching it on the island of Nevis. City Skating Rink and City Park in the capital city of Nevis are most attracted sites.

      Nevis Transportation
The transport system of Nevis Island mainly incorporated with hiring cars, railways, buses, carts, airways and ports. Travelling by bus is very common and the fares are reasonable. Charlestown is the center for the island of Nevis. There are two airports in the Island. Both are paved airports. The main airport on the island is Vance W. Amory International Airport. Railway network is also present in Nevis. The rail tracks cover around 50 km. The roads are not well developed. The roads are encompasses about 383 km. The total paved roads are 163 km whereas the unpaved roads cover 220 km. There are two ports in Nevis Island. It covers 160 km. Basseterre, Charlestown are the two ports in Nevis Islands. Hiring a car or taxi is one of the best options on the island of Nevis. Taxis are easily available. Taxi fares are negotiable.

      Nevis Religions
Nevis has some significant Anglican churches relics. This religion is even now followed by nearly fifty percent of the country's people. The nation has people with different Christian denomination in addition to few of Rastafarians and Bahai supporters. A mark to attest Jewish residing in Nevis is an old Jewish graveyard. But presently there are no Jewish people in the nation.

      Nevis Geography
The Island of Nevis is structured around 3.45 million years ago. It was the period of Pliocene. This takes account of almost nine exceptional eruptive inside. The highest peak of the island is located at 985 m /3,232 ft called as Nevis peak. It is the quiescent residue of the early stratovolcanoes. Nevis highest point is situated on the external hollow edge. On the flank of the volcano four new lava domes were built. They were Madden's Mount to the northeast flank, Butlers Mountain to the eastern flank, Mount Lily to the northwest coast and Saddle Hill to the south coast. The weather is tropical. Hurricanes occur sporadically in the island of Nevis. The temperature in this island varies from time to time. The season for rainfall is from May to November.

      Nevis Government
The Westminster Parliamentary system influences the political system for the amalgamation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. The legislature of the island of Nevis is unicameral. The legislative body of Nevis Island is incorporated with Majesty's spokesperson and the members of the Assembly. Nevis has major autonomy in its governmental division. The formation in reality authorizes the Nevis Island governing body to rule which was not repealed by the National Assembly. The Island of Nevis has right to split from the association. The Island of Nevis holds its individual ruler and the regime. Separate budget and taxation are recorded in Nevis Island. There are 14 to 15 members of parliament in this Island. A council includes three or four members chosen by the governor general on the suggestion of the prime minister and the leader of the antagonism. It also has a generally selected House of Representatives comprising of 11 members. Out of 11, eight are from Saint Kitts seats and three from Nevis. The prime minister and the cabinet of Nevis Island are liable to the Parliament of the Island.

      Nevis Economy
The main supply for the economy of Nevis is the sugar industry. This continued till the Island was occupied by d'Iberville in 1704. This period was the nastiest in the past of the Island and the region was the poorest of the Caribbean. This persisted up to 1991. Nowadays the Tourism sector supports the economy of Nevis Island. The creation of new government started the development of economic sector of the Island. The economic conditions further amplified by the amalgamation of corporations, worldwide insurance and reinsurance, in addition with various global banks, reliance corporations and asset executive firms. The Island was named corrupted by the Financial Action Task Force of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in the year 2000. But later in 2002 it was found not corrupted and was again included in the list. The authorized currency of the Island of Nevis is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$).

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