Saunt Barthélemy

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Collectivity o Saunt Barthélemy
Collectivité de Saint-Barthélemy
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Location o  Saunt Barthélemy  (circled in red)in the Caribbean  (light yellow)
Location o  Saunt Barthélemy  (circled in red)

in the Caribbean  (light yellow)

Status Overseas collectivity
Capital Gustavia
Lairgest ceety Gustavia
Offeecial leids French
Local languages
Ethnic groups ([1])
Demonym Saint-Barthinois(es), Barthéloméen(nes), Barthélemois(es), Saint-Barth, Babath
Sovereign state France
Govrenment Dependent territory
Emmanuel Macron
• Prefect
Anne Laubies
• Preses o the Territorial Cooncil
Bruno Magras
• Deputy
Daniel Gibbs
• Senator
Michel Magras
Owerseas collectivity
• French colony
1648
• Exchynged wi Swaden
1 Julie 1784
• Sauld back tae Fraunce
16 Mairch 1878
• Owerseas collectivity
22 Februar 2007
Aurie
• Tot
25[2] km2 (9.7 sq mi) (nae ranked)
• Watter (%)
negligible
Population
• Jan. 2014 estimate
9,035[3]
• Density
361/km2 (935.0/sq mi) (26t)
Siller Euro () (EUR)
Time zone AST (UTC-4)
Cawin code +590c
Internet TLD
  1. French East Asians.
  2. Assigned, but nae in uise.
  3. Shared wi Guadeloupe an Saint Martin.

Saunt-Barthélemy (French: Saint-Barthélemy, French pronunciation: [sɛ̃baʁtelemi]), offeecially the Territorial collectivity o Saint-Barthélemy (French: Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Barthélemy), is an owerseas collectivity o Fraunce.[4] Eften abbreviated tae Saint-Barth in French, or St. Barts or St. Barths in Inglis, the indigenous people cried the island Ouanalao.[5] St. Barthélemy lies aboot 35 kilometres (22 mi) sootheast o St. Martin an north o St. Kitts.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Saint Barthelemy: People and Society". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. 13 September 2012. Retrieved 19 November 2012. 
  2. INSEE. "Actualités : 2008, An 1 de la collectivité de Saint-Barthélemy" (in French). Retrieved 2014-01-31. 
  3. INSEE, Govrenment o Fraunce. "Populations légales 2011 pour les départements et les collectivités d'outre-mer" (in French). Retrieved 2014-01-26. 
  4. "The World Fact Book". Government. CIA Fact Book. Retrieved 8 Januar 2011. 
  5. R. P. Raymond BRETON. Dictionnaire caraïbe-françois, Auxerre, Chez Gilles Bouquet, 1665.

Coordinates: 17°54′N 62°50′W / 17.900°N 62.833°W / 17.900; -62.833