Bahama








The Bahamas was on Columbus' first land site in the New World in 1492. Although the Spaniards did not colonize the Bahamas. Most of the islands were left from 1513 until 1648 when the English colonists settled from Bermuda on the island of Elothira.

In terms of GDP, the Bahamas is one of the richest countries in the Americas (after the United States and Canada). In terms of economy it is one of the most prosperous countries in the West Indies and the Bahamas relies on tourism in most economic activities. Tourism provides jobs for more than half of the country's workforce. After tourism, the economic sector works on financial services, accounting for about 15
percent of GDP.












At any time of the year it is great to travel to the Bahamas. There is no time to visit, but in summer the weather is fairly warm and there is very high humidity due to rain and rainy months in January, February, March and June until November. According to statistics from the Caribbean Tourism Organization, the months of January and August Until December the least popular to visit was February, June and July the most popular
He found that mid-December to mid-April visitors are frequent but prices are a little high.
Administrative Divisions
Areas of Bahamas





The districts of the Bahamas provide a system of local government everywhere except the new Providence (which holds 70% of the country's population) which is dealt with directly by the central government. In 1996, the Bahamas Parliament passed the Local Government Act to facilitate the establishment of the Family Island in local government areas and members of the local council of the region. The general objective of this law is to allow the various elected leaders to govern and supervise the affairs of the region without interference from the central government. In total, there are 38 districts and elections are held in the Bahamas every five years. There are also one hundred and ten members of the Council and 281 members of the Commission to correspond with the various provinces.




Each member of the committee or advisors is responsible for the proper use of public funds for the maintenance and development of their departments who are responsible for their role in management and planning.
The Bahamas is between 20 ° and 28 ° latitude and 72 ° and 80 ° W.

In 1864 information was issued by the Governor of the Bahamas that there are 29 low islands and 661 low islands and 2,387 rocks in the colony.

All islands are low and flat with hills rising to no more than 15 to 20 meters (49-66 feet). The highest point in the country is Mount Alvernia (formerly Como Hill) on Cat Island. It has a height of 63 meters (207 feet). To the southeast, the Turks and Caicos Islands, which feature three features of the most extensive submarine

The closest islands to the United States are Bimini, also known as a gateway to the Bahamas. Abaco Island is located to the east of Grand Bahama. The largest islands are Andros Island. Other inhabited islands include Cat Island, Long Island, San Salvador Island, Aclins, Crooked Island. Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, which is located on New Providence Island. As well as Exuma and Mayagiwan.



The Bahamas is officially the Commonwealth Islands and is the state of an island consisting of more than 700 islands and all the small islands of low, flat and small islands in the Atlantic Ocean.

North of Cuba and Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti). Northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Southeast of the United States of America and the state of Florida and East Florida Keys. Its capital is Nassau on New Providence Island. The name "Bahamas" can be referred to any country or series of large islands that share with the Turks and Caicos Islands. As stated in the statement of the




Royal Defense Force of the Bahamas, the territory of the Bahamas includes 470,000 km 2 (180,000 square miles) of ocean space. The Bahamas enjoys a charming blue maze with its soft sand and unparalleled beauty, as well as the natural beauty that rises above sea level.

The Bahamas consists of 700 islands on an area of ​​more than 100,000 square miles of ocean to begin 50 miles off the coast of Florida. The archipelago is an ecological oasis with 2,000 picturesque islands and low-lying islands, and contains the purest water on the planet with an extension of more than 200 feet. Enjoy stunning views of the island with clarity and clarity.





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