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.

Port-of-Spain’s harbor is essential to the financial system. A lot of the nation’s imports and exports cross by means of Port-of-Spain. The town additionally serves as the primary business and industrial middle of Trinidad and Tobago.

Spanish colonists based Port-of-Spain about 1560. The town’s buildings and tradition mirror its African, Asian Indian, and European heritage.

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