Map of Bahamas, Flag Facts, and Why Visit THE BAHAMAS
The Bahamas is in the North American region in the Lucayan Archipelago region of the West Indies. It is an archipelago (an extensive patch of islands) located in the open North Atlantic Ocean.
The area stretches about 13,878-kilometer square with 700 islands and 2400 cays. The interesting fact is that only thirty or thirty-one islands are inhabited.
According to United Nations records, the country has a population of about 393,267 people.
The Bahamas is the home to beautiful white and pink sand beaches. The fun fact is, it seems easily visible from space. The bluish clear and crystal waters splurging alongside the coasts are a matchless scene to view.
The commonwealth of Bahamas has a notorious history. These islands were once a shelter for the pirates who looted the ships passing through Caribbean waters.
The country was once a British colony. At that time, the blue ensign flag represented the colonized nations with their territory signs.
The top and bottom aquamarine bands symbolize the sea and sea resources. The middle yellow or gold colour signifies the islands, the sun, the beautiful beaches, and all the resources within its land.
Black is the colour of durability that portrays the value, potency, and energy of Bahamian people.
Nassau is the capital port city and most of the travellers stay here. Whether you want to have dolphin fun or to have a stroll in gardens, it is the perfect spot.
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