Bermuda

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Banner o Bermuda
Banner
Coat o airms o Bermuda
Coat o airms
Motto: 
  • "Quo Fata Ferunt" (Laitin)
  • "Whither the Fates Carry [Us]"[1]
AnthemGod Save the Queen  (official)
Hail to Bermuda  (unofficial) a
Location o Bermuda
CaipitalHamilton
32°18′N 64°47′W / 32.300°N 64.783°W / 32.300; -64.783
Offeecial leidsInglis[1]
Ethnic groups
(2010[2])
Demonym(s)Bermudian
GovrenmentPairlamentary democracy
(Breetish Owerseas Territory)
• Monarch
Elizabeth II
• Govrenor
George Fergusson
• Premier
Michael Dunkley
• Responsible Meenisterb (UK)
Mark Simmonds
Aurie
• Total
53.2 km2 (20.5 sq mi) (230t)
• Water (%)
27
Population
• 2010 census
64,237
• Density
1,275/km2 (3,302.2/sq mi) (9th)
GDP (PPP)2009[4] estimate
• Total
$5.47 billion[3] (149th (estimate))
• Per capita
$84,381[3] (3rd)
CurrencyBermudian dollarc (BMD)
Time zoneUTC–4 (AST)
• Summer (DST)
UTC–3 (ADT)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy (AD)
Drivin sideleft
Cawin code+1-441
ISO 3166 codeBM
Internet TLD.bm
  1. This sang is an aa uised at internaitional sportin events such as the Olympic Gemmes. ("Bermuda - London 2012 Olympics". Telegraph. July 2012. Retrieved 18 November 2012. )
  2. For the Owerseas Territories.
  3. On par wi Unitit States dollar.

Bermuda /bɜːrˈmjuːdə/, an aa referred tae in legal documents as the Bermudas or Somers Isles,[5][6][7][8] is a Breetish Owerseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, locatit off the east coast o the Unitit States.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 CIA World Factbook, Field Listing(World).
  2. "Bermuda 2010 Census" (PDF). Bermuda Department of Statistics. December 2011. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Department of Statistics September 2013
  4. Bermuda leads in GDP per capita, The Royal Gazette (17 December 2008).
  5. "United Kingdom Act of Parliament – Bermuda Constitution Act 1967" (PDF). Retrieved 26 March 2012. 
  6. "United Kingdom Statutory Instrument – The Constitution of Bermuda – Bermuda Constitution Order 1968" (PDF). Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  7. "Emancipation Act 1834" (PDF). Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  8. "The Apostille – Hague Convention of 1960" (PDF). Retrieved 10 April 2012.