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      Saint Barts Information
Saint Barts or St. Barts is formally known as the Territorial collectivity of Saint Barts. It is an abroad collectivity of France. The island was named as the Ouanalao by native inhabitants. This islet is always surrounded by trivial reefs and is volcanic. The total area of the island is 21 kmē. The total numbers of people on the island of St. Barts are 8,823. Gustavia is the capital city of St. Barts. French is the official language. In winter there are many visitors to the island.

      Saint Barts Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The Culture of the island of Saint Bartsis a blend of Caribbean, the Swedish tradition and the civilization of the French colonizers from Brittany, Normandy and Poitou. Annually there are many traditional holidays. Yearly film festivals, as boat races, fishing contests and other sporting activities are held on this island. The island is also known for art and music. The most admired and well liked game on this island is Rugby. Yachting is very famous in the capital city Gustavia of the island. Throughout the year activities are held. Deep Sea fishing is also well liked here. The capital city is famous for the places like Cruises - sightseeing by boat, Towers, monuments, observation deck, Cruise-port, Fort Gustav, Fort Karl, Fort Oscar, Herve Podeur Sculpture Gallery, Little Market, Old Bell Tower, St Barth Town Hall, St Bartholomew's Anglican Episcopal Church, Wall House Museum. The other attractions are Natural history museum known as Ingenu Magras' InterOceans Museum. The beaches are very popular here.

      Saint Barts Demographics
Saint Barts Total Population - 8,823
Saint Barts Male Population - 3,919
Saint Barts Female Population - 3,448

      Saint Barts Education
The education system at the time of Swedish rule was cantonized. English education was available only in capital region of the island whereas the other people were forced to learn French-Catholic way. In this island education is not well developed.

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      Saint Barts History
In 1493 the island of St. Barthelemy was found by Columbus. The name St. Barthelemy was given for his brother Bartolomeo. French were the pioneer migrants of this island. In the year 1651 the Knights of Malta brought this island. Within the period of five years the violent Carib Indians occupied the island till the year 1673. In this period the island had French settlers from Normandy and Brittany. This period was the successful period of the island. Monbars the Exterminator, a eminent adventurer, apparently sustained head office in St. Barthelemy and his wealth is assumed to still be secreted in someplace amid Anse du Gouverneur and Grande Saline. Most of the people of this island do trading or faming. The island continued to be French till the year 1758. Louis XVI's ministers of Sweden in substitute to the trading rights brought the island of St. Barthelemy in the ear 1784. The people of Sweden with respect to their king named the port of Gustavia on his name and announced it as a neutral free port. In the year 1878 when Europe's wars came to a halt France bought back the island.

      Saint Barts Tourism
Saint Bartsis a small island with not much people with appeal, its long-lasting sunshine, the submarine affluences of its Marine Park, and its confined sceneries. It is a popular visitor's place. The island is known for its beaches as it is surrounded with 22 beaches. The capital city is famous for the places like Cruises - sightseeing by boat, Towers, monuments, observation deck, Cruise-port, Fort Gustav, Fort Karl, Fort Oscar, Herve Podeur Sculpture Gallery, Little Market, Old Bell Tower, St Barth Town Hall, St Bartholomew's Anglican Episcopal Church, Wall House Museum. The other attractions are Natural history museum known as Ingenu Magras' InterOceans Museum. The beaches are very popular here.

      Saint Barts Transportation
The transportation in the island of St. Barts comprises of roadways, airways and waterways. There is a tiny airport named Gustaf III Airport located in the north shore with paved runway of 280 m length. Situated close to the village of St-Jean is the airport, Aeroport de St-Barthelemy and it is popular as it is the second tiniest runway in the world. Ferry, private charter boat or yachts are other transport services in this island. The roads are very small and parking is always a problem here. The port in this island is very small. In spite of small harbor various international cruises come to visit.

      Saint Barts Taxes
Saint Barts Country Capital Gains Tax - 16%
Saint Barts Country Port Duty tax - 5%
Saint Barts Country Rental tax- 5%
Saint Barts Country Garbage tax - 80 euros per year

      Saint Barts Geography
To the severe North-Eastern region of the Caribbean Sea located is the island of Saint Barts. It is found to be at 18N and 63W. It is about 6,000 km from Paris, 2,500 km from New York, 180 km from Puerto Rico and 24 km or 15 miles to the south of Saint Martin. The total area of the island is around 24 kmē. This island is considered as one of the ancient land creation in the Caribbean region and is positioned among between the Cretaceous and Eocene eras. There are around twenty two beaches surrounding this island. Gustavia is the capital city of the island. The climate of the island is a tropical. The variations are only weak difference in temperature. Lent or Careme and winter are two seasons of the island. This island sun is there for 365 days except for 5 days in a year.

      Saint Barts Government
St. Barts is a part of Guadeloupe. Guadeloupe is a foreign department and Region of France. The island of St. Barts takes part in the elections which are held in French. The term for the self mayor is seven years. Along with mayor a town constable and a security force of six policemen and 13 gendarmes are also elected. The island was a part of French till the year 2007. To structure an individual abroad collectivity (COM) of France the people of the island initiated a referendum in errand of secession from Guadeloupe in the year 2003. This was sanctioned on 7 February 2007 by the French Parliament. A COM status was approved to the island of St. Barts and to the near Saint Martin.

      Saint Barts Economy
The economy of the island of Saint Bartsis majorly depending on tourism sector. The land is barren and cannot be used for cultivation. The majority of tourists come from North America. The cost of living on this island is very expensive. The economic condition of the island is directly proportional to the tourism of the island. All the basic products used in daily life are imported. Vegetables, cotton, pineapples, salt, bananas and also fishing can be done easily on this island. Euro is the authorized currency of St. Barts Island.

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