Trinidad and Tobago RMB

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Founder: The Queendom of Caramona

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Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 316th Most Extensive Civil Rights: 393rd Most Extreme: 472nd+6
Most Politically Free: 494th Most Pro-Market: 750th Rudest Citizens: 807th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 1,068th Highest Drug Use: 1,351st Most Armed: 1,556th
World Factbook Entry

Trinidad and Tobago

Discover the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
So much to Discover and has all the things you’d expect from a Caribbean island
— sun, sea, sand, plus friendly locals, music, parties, and ample opportunities for relaxation in rich natural surroundings.
But Trinidad is also a lot more than what you expect.

Independence: 31 August 1962 (UK)
Capital: Port of Spain
Area: 5,128 km²
Population: 1,305,000


Embassies: Tuvalu, Seychelles, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa, Massachusetts, Colorado, Mississippi, Illinois, Idaho, Delaware, Arizona, Republic of Russia, The Philippines, Maldives, Mozambique, and 123 others.Tonga, Swaziland, Maryland, Kentucky, Kansas, Minnesota, Michigan, Calgary, Cote d Ivoire, Georgia, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Nevada, North Carolina, Pacific Union, Richard, Brazzaville, Ecuador, London, Prince Edward Island, Rhode Island, Laos, Pennsylvania, South Australia, New Brunswick, United Kingdom Of Great Britain, Kiribati, Botswana, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Tasmania, Dominican Republic, Australian Capital Territory, Virginia, CIA, Newfoundland and Labrador, Queensland, Wyoming, British Columbia, Nunavut, Crematorium, Bosna i Hercegovina, MI6, Somalia, Columbia, Knights of the Round Table, Australia Commonwealth, United States of America, Stornoway, Uganda, Northwest Territories, South Dakota, Washington, Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Carolina, Utah, Ancient Lands, Washington DC, Nova Scotia, Indonesia, Antigua and Barbuda, Saskatchewan, Namibia, The Gambia, San Marino, Monaco, Comoros, Angola, Victoria, Vanuatu, Kenya, Fiji, Crimea, Yukon, Toronto, World, Central African Republic, Congo, Senegal, Samoa, Mongolia, Malawi, Liechtenstein, Ethiopia, South China Sea, Algeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of Congo, Sakartvelo, Purgatory, Mackenzie, Palau, Rio de Janeiro, Solomon Islands, Cape Verde, Dominica, Ceylon, Belize, Tanzania, Pitcairn Island, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ottawa, Galapagos, Sudan, Libertaria, Benin, Togo, Mexico City, Vermont Republic, Quito, Barbados, Mauritius, United Arab Emirates, Okanagan, Montserrat, Cote dIvoire, Zimbabwe, Gloucestershire, Beijing, Copenhagen, Supreme Afrika, and 0000.

Tags: Small.

Trinidad and Tobago contains 7 nations, the 2,298th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Basket Weaving Sector in Trinidad and Tobago

World Census agents infiltrated a variety of out-of-the-way towns and festivals in order to determine which nations have the most developed Basket Weaving industries.

As a region, Trinidad and Tobago is ranked 4,201st in the world for Largest Basket Weaving Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queendom of Cote du PoivreAnarchy“State”
2.The Queendom of CaramonaAnarchy“Commonwealth”
3.The Queendom of Los ArenalesAnarchy“State”
4.The Queendom of ChaguanasAnarchy“Community”
5.The Queendom of HallstatteAnarchy“Old State”
6.The Most Serene Republic of Sunswept BeachInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Sun and beaches”
7.The Kingdom of BavarianiaDemocratic Socialists“Bringing Peace to those Abroad”

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