Martinique

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Martinique

French overseas territory

Region:
Caribbean
Area:
1,128 km²
Local name:
Martinique
Capital:
Fort-de-France
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Climate
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Current time in Martinique:

The countrywide time in Martinique is Atlantic Standard Time (AST).
As in many countries near the equator, there is also no daylight saving time in Martinique.
So there is all over the year the same difference of -4 hours to Greenwich Mean Time.

Sunrise and sunset

Population

Population:
395,000
350.2

Currency

The currency in Martinique is Euro (EUR).
1 Euro is divided into 100 Cent.
Status: 11/11/2018
1 US Dollar = 0.88 Euro
1 Euro = 1.13 US Dollar

The climate in Martinique

In Martinique, as in all equatorial countries, there is a tropical climate. Unlike in Europe or the USA, there is almost no difference between the seasons. The daylight hours vary little, and the temperature differences between summer and winter are also lesser. Depending on the season, the average daytime temperatures range between 29 and 32 degrees. In the colder months, the average night temperatures drop down to 23 °C.

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures

Languages

Official language:
French

mother tonguedistribution
Creole-French96.6 %
other3.4 %

Martinique is an island state in the eastern island chain of the Caribbean. The small state has a total area of 1,128 km². This area is about 1.4 times the size of New York City. In addition to the main island, around 20 other small islands still belong to the country. Martinique has no direct neighbours. The distance between New York City and the Capital Fort-de-France is about 3,160 km.

Most important cities in Martinique

CityRegionPopulation
Fort-de-France / CapitalMartinique85,000
Le LamentinMartinique39,000
Le RobertMartinique24,000
Sainte-MarieMartinique20,000
Le FrançoisMartinique20,000
DucosMartinique17,000




Political indicators

(Based on the "Worldwide Governance Indicators" project of the World Bank)

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