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Monday, June 13, 2016

Districts of the Bahamas


Districts of the Bahamas
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An island country boasting about 700 islands and even more coral reef cays, The BAHAMAS is administratively divided into 32 Districts. There is also a "non-district" called New Providence, where the national capital (Nassau) is located. As shown on the map above, the Bahamas' districts are Acklins, Berry Islands, Bimini, Black Point, Cat Island, Central Abaco, Central Andros, Central Eleuthera, City of Freeport, Crooked Island, East Grand Bahama, Exuma, Grand Cay, Green Turtle Cay, Harbour Island, Hope Town, Inagua, Long Island, Mangrove Cay, Mayaguana, Moore's Island, North Abaco, North Andros, North Eleuthera, Ragged Island, Rum Cay, San Salvador, South Abaco, South Andros, South Eleuthera, Spanish Wells, and West Grand Bahama.

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