Bermuda

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About Country

Capital
Hamilton
Population
Approximately 63,700 (2021 estimate)
Population Density
1,116 people per square kilometer
GDP
$5.8 billion (2019 estimate)
Language
English is the official language, although many Bermudians also speak Portuguese and Spanish
Currency
Bermudian dollar (BMD)
National Dish
Fish chowder is considered the national dish of Bermuda, typically made with fish, vegetables, and spices
Religion
Christianity is the dominant religion in Bermuda, with the Anglican Church being the largest denomination
Climate
Bermuda has a subtropical climate, with mild winters and warm summers. It is also prone to hurricanes between June and November
Main Industries
Tourism and international business are the two main industries in Bermuda, with a strong focus on financial services
Level of Development
Bermuda is considered a developed country with a high standard of living and a human development index (HDI) ranking of 52 out of 189 countries (2020)
Area
Approximately 53.3 square kilometers

Escape to the stunning paradise of Bermuda 🇧🇲 and immerse yourself in its natural beauty. Relax on pink sand beaches 🏖️, explore colonial architecture 🏰, and venture into crystal caves 💎. Experience the unique blend of Caribbean and British culture on your unforgettable journey!

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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Bermuda include:

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    Horseshoe Bay Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Bermuda known for its pink sand and clear blue waters.

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    The Royal Naval Dockyard, a historic site that was once the largest British naval base outside of the United Kingdom.

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    St. George's, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was the first permanent English settlement in the New World.

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    The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, which features a wide variety of marine life and wildlife from Bermuda and around the world.

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    The Crystal Caves, a network of underground caves and pools that are open to visitors for tours.

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    The Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, a historic lighthouse that offers panoramic views of the island.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Bermuda has to offer. Visitors to the island can also enjoy its unique culture, which combines British, African, and Caribbean influences, as well as its famous cuisine, which includes seafood, fish chowder, and rum-based cocktails.

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