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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Parishes of Barbados

Barbados parishes map
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Like Antigua and Barbuda featured in the previous post, BARBADOS is administratively divided into parishes. The eleven parishes and administrative divisions of Barbados are Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip, and Saint Thomas. Below are the parishes' capital cities:

Christ Church  —  Oistins
St. Andrew  —  Greenland
St. George  —  Bulkeley
St. James  —  Holetown
St. John  —  Four Roads
St. Joseph  —  Bathsheba
St. Lucy  —  Crab Hill
St. Michael  —  Bridgetown (national capital)
St. Peter  —  Speightstown
St. Philip  —  Crane (The Crane)
St. Thomas  —  Hillaby

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