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Bermuda Facts

Bermuda's Information

Flag of Bermuda
Land Area 54 km2
Total Area 54km2
Population 70,537 (#202)
Population Density 1,306.24/km2
Government Type Parliamentary Democracy (Parliament); Self-governing Overseas Territory Of The UK
GDP (PPP) $5.20 Billion
GDP Per Capita $85,700
Currency Dollar (BMD)
More Information Bermuda
  • Name: Bermuda
  • Dependency Status: An overseas territory of the United Kingdom (UK)
  • Capital City: Hamilton (902 pop.)
  • Bermuda Population: 68,625 (2010 est.)
  • Currency: Bermudian Dollar (conversion rates)

    50 bermudian dollars
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  • Ethnicity: Black (54.8%), White (34.1%), Mixed (6.4%), Other (4.3%), Unspecified (.4%)
  • GDP total: $4.5 billion
  • GDP per capita: $69,900
  • Land Sizes
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Largest Cities: (by population) Saint George, Hamilton
  • Name: Bermuda is named after its discoverer, Spanish navigator Juan de Bermudez, who claimed it for Spain.
  • Bermuda Day: May 24
  • Religion: Anglican (23%), Roman Catholic (15%), African Methodist Episcopal (11%), other Protestant (18%), others (12%), unaffiliated (6%), unspecified (1%), none (14%)
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Bermuda Trivia

Which Country Does Bermuda Belong To?

Bermuda is a group of islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean, and it is a territory of the British government. Known for being among the best tourist destinations, Bermuda has also been subjected to wild conspiracy theories, some attempting to explain why planes got lost in the Bermuda Triangle.

Which Country Does Bermuda Belong To?

What are the Seven Wonders of Bermuda?

The Seven Wonders of Bermuda are Horseshoe Bay Beach, Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, Fort Hamilton, Snorkeling, the Unfinished Cathedral, Cooper's Island and the Crystal Caves.

The Seven Wonders of Bermuda

What are the Endemic Species of Bermuda?

Some of the endemic species of Bermuda include the Bermuda skink, the Bermuda petrel, and the Bermuda buckeye.

Endemic Species of Bermuda

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