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  1. The island of Saint Vincent is in the Lesser Antilles chain; it is 29 kilometres (18 mi) long and 18 kilometres (11 mi) wide and it is located 160 kilometres (99 mi) west of Barbados. It is very mountainous and heavily forested. It has a 1,234-metre (4,049 ft) active volcano, La Soufriere, which erupted violently in 1812 and 1902.

    • 345 km² (133 sq mi)
    • 100,000 (2012)
    • 18 mi (29 km)
    • Caribbean Sea on the West Coast, Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast.
  2. San Vicente y las Granadinas (en inglés: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 3 4 5 a veces también escrito: St. Vincent and the Grenadines) 6 7 8 es un país insular en América, situado en la cadena de las Antillas Menores 9 10 11 al este del mar Caribe y limitando al norte con Santa Lucía, 12 13 al este con Barbados, al sur y oeste con Venezuela 14 …

    • Etymology
    • History
    • Geography
    • Government and Politics
    • Economy
    • Demographics
    • Culture
    • Notable People of Vincentian Descent
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    Christopher Columbus, the first European to reach the island, named it after St. Vincent of Saragossa (San Vicente de Zaragoza) whose feast day was on the day Columbus first saw it (22 January 1498). The name of the Grenadines refers to the Spanish city of Granada, but to differentiate it from the island of the same name, the diminutive was used. B...

    Pre-colonial period

    Before the arrival of Europeans and Africans in the 16th century, various Amerindian groups passed through or settled on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including the Ciboney, Arawak, and Kalinago people. The island now known as Saint Vincent was originally named Youloumain by the native Island Caribswho called themselves Kalina/Carina ("l" and "r" being pronounced the same in their language).

    European arrival and early colonial period

    It is thought that Christopher Columbus sighted the island in 1498, giving it the name St Vincent. The indigenous Garifunapeople, who became known as the "Black Caribs", aggressively prevented European settlement on Saint Vincent.

    French and British colonisation and the First Kalinago War

    Various attempts by the English and Dutch to claim the island proved unsuccessful, and it was the French who were first able to colonise the island, settling in the town of Barrouallie on the leeward side of St Vincent in 1719. The French brought with them enslaved African prisoners of warto work the plantations of sugar, coffee, indigo, tobacco, cotton and cocoa. The British captured the island and drove out the French from Barrouallie during the Seven Years' War, a claim confirmed by the Tr...

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines lies to the west of Barbados, south of Saint Lucia and north of Grenada in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, an island arc of the Caribbean Sea. The islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines include the main island of Saint Vincent 344 km2 (133 sq mi) and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines 45 km2...

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy, with Charles III as King of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He does not reside in the islands and is represented as head of state in the country by the Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, currently Susan Dougan(since 1 August 2019). The of...

    Agriculture, dominated by banana production, is the most important sector of this lower-middle-income economy. The services sector, based mostly on a growing tourist industry, is also important. The government has been relatively unsuccessful at introducing new industries, and the unemployment rate remains high at 19.8% in the 1991 census to 15% in...

    The population as estimated in 2021 was 104,332. The ethnic composition was 66% African descent, 19% of mixed descent, 6% East Indian, 4% Europeans (mainly Portuguese), 2% Kalinago and 3% others. Most Vincentians are the descendants of African people brought to the island to work on plantations. There are other ethnic groups such as Portuguese (fro...

    Sport

    Cricket, rugby and association football are most popular among men whereas netballis most popular among women. Basketball, volleyball and tennis are also very popular. The country's prime football league is the NLA Premier League, which provides its national (association) football team with most players. A notable Vincentian footballer is Ezra Hendrickson, former national team captain who played at several Major League Soccer clubs in the United States and is now a head coach with the Chicago...

    Music

    Music popular in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines includes big drum, calypso, soca, steelpan and reggae. String band music, quadrille and traditional storytelling are also popular. One of the most successful St Vincent natives is Kevin Lyttle. He was named Cultural Ambassador for the Island 19 September 2013.The national anthem of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is "Saint Vincent, Land so beautiful", adopted upon independence in 1979.[citation needed]

    Media

    Saint Vincent has twelve FM radio stations: 88.9 Adoration Fm, 89.1 Jem Radio, 89.7 NBC Radio, 95.7 and 105.7 Praise FM, 96.7 Nice Radio, 97.1 Hot 97, 98.3 Star FM, 99.9 We FM, 103.7 Hitz, 102.7 EZee radio, 104.3 Xtreme FM and 106.9 Boom FM. There are several Internet radio stations including Chronicles Christian Radio. It has one television broadcast station ZBG-TV (SVGTV)and one cable television provider. St Vincent and the Grenadines Broadcasting Co-operation is the parent company for SVGT...

  3. Saint Vincent is an island and is the largest island in the chain of islands called Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The largest city on the island is Kingstown. Kingstown has about 25,418 people. Saint Vincent is a volcanic island. It was disputed between France and the United Kingdom in the 18th century.

  4. Saint Vincent is a volcanic island in the Caribbean. It is the largest island of the country Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and is located in the Caribbean Sea, between Saint Lucia and Grenada. It is composed of partially submerged volcanic mountains.

  5. L'île de Saint-Vincent est la principale île de Saint-Vincent-et-les-Grenadines. L'île Saint-Vincent est située dans la mer des Caraïbes entre l'île de Sainte-Lucie et l'archipel des Grenadines et fait partie de la chaine des Petites Antilles. Elle est composée de montagnes volcaniques bien boisées et partiellement submergées.