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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Parishes of Saint Kitts and Nevis


Saint Kitts and Nevis parishes map
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Known as the smallest country in North America, SAINT KITTS and NEVIS is west of Antigua and Barbuda and administratively divided up into 14 parishes. In alphabetical order, the five parishes on Nevis island are Saint George Gingerland, Saint James Windward, Saint John Figtree, Saint Paul Charlestown, and Saint Thomas Lowland. Saint Kitts island's nine parishes are Christ Church Nicola Town, Saint Anne Sandy Point, Saint George Basseterre, Saint John Capisterre, Saint John Figtree, Saint Mary Cayon, Saint Paul Capisterre, Saint Peter Basseterre, Saint Thomas Middle Island, and Trinity Palmetto Point. Below are these parishes' capital cities:

Christ Church Saint Nichola Town — Nichola Town
St. Anne Sandy Point — Sandy Point Town
St. George Basseterre — Basseterre (capital of Saint Kitts and Nevis)
St. George Gingerland — Stonyhill (Gingerland)
St. James Windward — New Castle
St. John Capisterre — Dieppe Bay Town
St. John Figtree — Fig Tree
St. Mary Cayon — Cayon
St. Paul Capisterre — Saint Paul's
St. Paul Charlestown — Charlestown
St. Peter Basseterre — Monkey Hill
St. Thomas Lowland — Cotton Ground
St. Thomas Middle Island — Middle Island (Old Road Town)
Trinity Palmetto Point — Boyd's

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