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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GrenadaGrenada - Wikipedia

    Etymology. The origin of the name "Grenada" is obscure, but it is likely that Spanish sailors named the island for the Andalusian city of Granada. The name "Granada" was recorded by Spanish maps in the 1520s and referred to the islands to the north as Los Granadillos ("Little Granadas"); although those named islands were deemed the property of the King of Spain, there are no records to suggest ...

  2. Grenada / ɡ r ə ˈ n eɪ d ə / is a city in Grenada County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 13,092 at the 2010 census . [3] It is the county seat of Grenada County .

  3. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › GrenadaGrenada - Wikipedia

    Grenada (in creolo francese grenadino: Gwenad) è uno Stato insulare nel mar dei Caraibi sud-orientale, che comprende anche le Grenadine meridionali. Grenada è il secondo più piccolo Stato indipendente del continente americano (dopo Saint Kitts e Nevis ).

  4. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › GrenadaGrenada - Wikipedia

    Grenada, officieel Staat Grenada (Engels: State of Grenada) is het op tien na kleinste land ter wereld. De eilandengroep ligt in het Caraïbisch gebied ten noorden van Trinidad en Tobago en ten zuiden van de Grenadines .

  5. Grenada qualified for the 1990 Caribbean Cup but lost again to Trinidad and Tobago, this time 5–0 before drawing with Jamaica 0–0 therefore failing to advance. In the qualifiers for the 1994 Caribbean Cup , Grenada was eliminated by Barbados in an infamous match where Barbados purposefully scored an own-goal in order to force overtime and help them to advance, which they did.

  6. 1978 en otros calendarios; Calendario gregoriano: 1978 MCMLXXVIII: Ab Urbe condita: 2731: Calendario armenio: 1427: Calendario chino: 4674-4675: Calendario hebreo

  7. The Tikal was the first art cater shop in Grenada and it was opened in December 1959. Grenada achieved independence from Britain in 1974. Following a leftist coup in 1983, the island was invaded by U. S. troops and a pro USA government was reinstated. In 2004, St. George's and the rest of Grenada was severely battered by Hurricane Ivan.