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Saint Barthelemy

Corporation of France
Saint Barthelemy
Region:
Caribbean
Area:
21 km²
Further names:
St. Barths
St. Barts
St. Barth
Saint-Barth
Local name:
Saint-Barthélemy
Capital:
Gustavia
Saint Barthelemy on the world map

Geography

Saint Barthelemy is an island state in the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean. The dwarf state has a total area of only 21 km² (8 mi²) and a total coastline of 32 km (19.9 mi). This land area is about 0.6 times the size of Manhattan. In terms of area, Saint Barthelemy is the smallest country in the Americas and the sixth smallest in the world.

The island group consists of 11 islands. Saint Barthelemy has no direct neighbours. The distance between New York City and the Capital Gustavia is about 2,750 km (1,709 mi).

Population

Population:
7,116

Currency

The currency in Saint Barthelemy is Euro (EUR).
1 Euro is divided into 100 Cent.
Status: 08/02/2021
1 US Dollar = 0.84 Euro
1 Euro = 1.19 US Dollar

The climate in Saint Barthelemy

In Saint Barthelemy, 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 28 and 32 degrees. In the colder months, the average night temperatures drop down to 23 °C.

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures
Average daytime and nighttime temperatures in Saint Barthelemy
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Languages

Official language:
French

mother tonguedistribution
French80.0 %
Antillean Creole20.0 %

Economy

Exportations:0.0 M $
Importations:0.0 M $

Transport

Roadways:40 km
Airports:1

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