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Friday, June 3, 2016

Parishes of St. Vincent and the Grenadines


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines parishes and main islands map
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A country located north of Grenada and south of Saint Lucia in the Windward Islands group, SAINT VINCENT and the GRENADINES comprises over 30 islands and cays in the Caribbean Sea. Small islands in the south are part of the Grenadines archipelago — which stretches even further southward, giving Grenada possession of hundreds of islands. The St. Vincent and the Grenadines country is administratively divided up into six parishes: Charlotte, Grenadines, Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, and Saint Patrick. Below are these parishes' first-order administrative capital cities:

Charlotte — Georgetown
Grenadines — Port Elizabeth
St. Andrew — Layou
St. David — Chateaubelair
St. George — Kingstown (national capital)
St. Patrick — Barrouallie

More information about this country can be found in my original Saint Vincent & the Grenadines post — which has been slightly updated.

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