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      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Information
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines situated in the south of the Windward Islands. It is located on the east side boundary of the Caribbean Sea. The total area of the island is 389 square-kilometer or 150 sq mi. The region comprises of the two thirds of the Grenadines north part and the island of Saint Vincent. On the northern side of Saint Vincent is the nation of Saint Lucia and on the east it has Barbados. The island-country is thickly occupied. It has around 300 people per km2. The population of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is about 120,000. Kingstown is the capital city of the island-country and it has the major port. The past of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is allied with French and British majestic. Presently it is associated with CARICOM, the Commonwealth of Nations and the Bolivarian coalition for the Americas.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The culture of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is majorly influenced by Sea. The country had people from Africa, Portuguese, French, and British along with the local Caribs. The nation is known for its vivacious, multinational society. The nation is conceited and amalgamated about its culture. One of the most significant carnivals of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Vincy Mas. It is held annually in June ending or July beginning. It is celebrated for twelve days. The Carnival is well known for steel pan, masquerade and calypso. It is full of chronological connotation and civilizing conceit. The King and Queen of the Bands, junior festival, and the Miss Carnival Beauty Show, Steel Band and Calypso contest and various types of unusual street parades are some of the activities held during the parade. Music plays an important role in the nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. A two day Festival Rhythm & Blues attracts the crowd with the expressive Caribbean tunes. Gospel Fest is also very famous here. Yachting, sailor, surfing, and scuba diving in the islands are very popular. Offshore leeward water is very attractive. Cricket is the most liked sport in the country. The players of the nation have the right to enter the West Indies team. Football is also well liked sport.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Demographics
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Total Population - 103,869
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Male Population - 52,691
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Female Population - 51,178
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Black Population - 68,553
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines East Indians Population - 6,232
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Carib Amerindian Population - 2,077
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Mixed Race Population - 19,735
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines White Population - 4,154
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines others Population - 3,116

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Education
The education system of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is liberal. The education is chargeable and it is not mandatory. The primary school education lasts for seven years or till the student's age is 15. The primary education is provided for free. Secondary education has two phases. They are first phase and second phase. First phase education lasts for five years and second phase for two years. The Ministry of Agriculture by the means of the Department of Public Works provides the Vocational training and agricultural training. The University of the West Indies and a technical college offers teachers' training for the postsecondary level of education.

Saint Vincent Grenadines Symbols

Image of Saint Vincent Grenadines flag

Image of Saint Vincent Grenadines flower

Image of Saint Vincent Grenadines bird
Saint Vincent Grenadines Flag
Saint Vincent Grenadines Flower
Soufriere Tree
Saint Vincent Grenadines Bird
St Vincent Parrot

Image of Saint Vincent Grenadines anthem

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Saint Vincent Grenadines Anthem
"Saint Vincent Land So Beautiful"
Saint Vincent Grenadines Motto
"Peace and justice"

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines History
The local Caribs called island of Saint Vincent as Hairouna. The meaning of Hairouna is the Land of the Blessed. Till 1719 the Caribs in a hostile way not permitted Europeans to capture Saint Vincent. The shipwrecked Africans who migrated here were known as Black Caribs or Garifuna. French colonizers achieved the power of the island in the year 1719. They initiated the cultivation of coffee, tobacco, indigo, cotton, and sugar. Britain got the control over the island after the France surrendered in the year 1763. Later they recaptured the island in 1779. Again the Britain took over in the year 1783 to Treaty of Paris. A war was held among the British and the Black Caribs from 1783 to 1796. In 1834 slavery was eradicated from Saint Vincent. In 1776 an envoy assembly was sanctioned, Crown Colony regime was mounted in 1877, a legislative council was initiated in 1925, and worldwide adult suffrage was approved in 1951. The effort to get liberty from Britain was failed in 1962. On October 27, 1969 The Island gained the grant of "associate statehood". The island got its freedom after the struggle of 10 years from it got the status of associate statehood. Eruption of La Soufriere volcano in 1902shaked the island affecting land, economy and the people living in it. This again happened in 1979. Damage to banana and coconut plantations was done by hurricanes in 1980 and 1987 and later in 1998 and 1999. A new referendum to develop the nation as a republic was suggested on November 25, 2009. This was not agreed.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism
The Mesopotamia/Marriaqua Valley is enormous stretch of land with lavish and evergreen with almost each sultry crop budding in the well-to-do fertile soils of St. Vincent. The Mountain of grand Bonhomme is located at height of 318 ft, 970 meters leads the rims that mounts in the region of the valley. La Soufriere an enormous active volcano and it covers the northern third of the island of St. Vincent. It augments colonially over 4000 feet or 1,234 meters. Montreal Gardens, Trinity Falls, the Botanical Gardens, Vermont Nature Trail, Owia Salt Pond, Black and White Sand Beaches, Marine Life, the Cathedral of the Assumption, Black Point Tunnel and Fort Charlotte are some of the top tourists destinations of the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Transportation
The transportation system of the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines comprises of airways, waterways and roadways. There is no rail system in the island. There are around six airports on the island. The international airport is situated in the south end of the island, near Kingstown. Ferry services are very popular here. Bus facility is available in this island. One can easily rely on the buses. The bus journey is affordable. Taxis are also easily available. Taxi fares are negotiable. The port at Kingstown is mainly used for trade.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Taxes
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Country Corporate Tax - 45%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Country Personal Income Tax - 10 to 55%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Country VAT Tax - 15%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Country Property Tax - 5%

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Universities
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      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Religions
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Anglican Population is 47%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Methodist Population is 28%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Hindu Population is 13%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Islam Population is 6%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Seventh-day Adventist and Protestant Population is 6%

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Parishes
Charlotte, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 39,890
Saint Andrew, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 7,033
Saint David, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 7,033
Saint George, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 53,957
Saint Patrick, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 6,089
Grenadines, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Population - 9,200

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Government
The nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a parliamentary democratic and constitutional monarch. Queen Elizabeth II directs the state. The Queen is identified as Queen of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The country's Governor General embodies the Queen. The regime includes the selected Prime Minister and his cabinet. There are no official armed services of the nation. The prime minister directs the greater part of the house, and the cabinet performs the dealings of state. There are fifteen chosen members and six allotted senators. The senators are selected by the governor general out of six, four are recommended by the Prime Minister and two are recommended by the opposition leader. Elections are held for every five years. Eleven courts are present in three magisterial districts. The central government manages all the six parishes of the island.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Geography
On the western side of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is the nation of Barbados, on the south it has Saint Lucia and on the north of Grenada in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles is an island arc of the Caribbean Sea. The island-country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines comprise of the major island of Saint Vincent which has an area of 344 km2 or 133 sq mi and the two-thirds of the north zone of Grenadines which has an area of 45 km2 or 17 sq mi. The island of Saint Vincent is volcanic. The island's windward region is very pebbly. The leeward region is full of sandy beaches and coves. The top point of the nation is La Soufriere volcano. The total land which can be used for cultivation is 10%.

      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Economy
The economy of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines mostly relies on agriculture. The main product is Banana. The main concern of the country is economic diversification. The tourism sector plays a vital role in the economy of the country. The Grenadines have developed much preferred as an exclusive yachting crowd. The island-country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a recipient of the U.S. Caribbean Basin Initiative. To encourage the trade and ventures in the nation, it marked a structured harmony with the United States. The construction sector is developing widely.

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