Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory located in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 640 miles (1,030 km) east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. It is an archipelago of about 138 islands and islets, with the largest island being Bermuda Island. The capital and largest city is Hamilton. The official language is English and the currency is the Bermuda dollar. The population is around 64,000.
Bermuda has a subtropical climate and its economy is heavily dependent on tourism and international business, particularly the insurance and reinsurance industries. The country is known for its pink sand beaches, clear waters, and historic sites.
Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory, with the British monarch as the ceremonial head of state and a governor as the representative of the monarch. The country has a parliamentary democracy and a stable government, however, the ultimate authority lies with the British government.
Bermuda has a rich history and culture, with influences from the indigenous Taino people, the English settlers and the African slaves that were brought to the island. The country is home to many historic sites and landmarks, such as the Old Town of St. George and the Royal Naval Dockyard. Bermuda is also known for its traditional festivals and music, such as the Bermuda Day Parade and the Bermuda Music Festival.
Bermuda is known for its natural beauty, including its pink sand beaches, clear waters, and lush subtropical flora. The island is also home to many parks and nature reserves, such as the Spittal Pond Nature Reserve and the Bermuda Botanical Gardens. Bermuda is also known for its water sports, such as sailing, snorkeling, and diving, and its golf courses which are considered some of the best in the world.
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