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Kingstown

Kingstown is the capital and largest metropolis of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation within the Caribbean. Kingstown lies alongside a bay on the southeast coast of St. Vincent Island. Kingstown’s harbor serves the town’s import and export commerce. This commerce is the idea of Kingstown’s financial system. A former British fort referred to as Fort Charlotte overlooks the town. Kingstown’s Botanic Backyard dates to 1765. It’s the oldest botanical backyard within the Americas.... Read More

Port-of-Spain

Port-of-Spain is the capital and buying and selling middle of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago is an island nation off the northeast coast of Venezuela. Port-of-Spain is on the island of Trinidad. It lies close to the foothills of the Northern Vary of mountains.... Read More

Saint John’s

Saint John’s is the capital of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. It’s also the nation’s largest metropolis and business middle. St. John’s stands on the head of a harbor. It’s on the northwest coast of the island of Antigua.... Read More

San Juan

San Juan <<HWAHN>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Puerto Rico. Additionally it is the island’s primary seaport. The older a part of San Juan lies on an island off the coast of Puerto Rico. Newer areas lie on the primary island. The 2 areas are related by 4 bridges and a freeway over the water. Most of San Juan’s staff have jobs in authorities, companies, and factories.... Read More