Bermuda

Summary

Capital
Currency Used
Official Language
Form of Government
Constitutional monarchy
Dominant-party system
Parliamentary system
Population
GDP (nominal)
3,130,748,000 (1998, US$)
2,030,749,952 (1995, US$)
1,867,160,064 (1994, US$)
GDP (nominal per capita)
69,900 (2004, US$)
Contained by
Area
53.2 km² (20.5 mi²)
 

Country

Calling Code
441
FIPS Code
BD
Administrative Divisions
Internet TLD
bm
Languages spoken
National anthem
Hail to Bermuda
Currency Formerly Used
Bermuda pound
ISO Short Name
BERMUDA
 

Linguistic hint

Adjectival form
Bermudian
 

Cyclone-affected area

Affected by cyclones
 

Location

Vacationers
 

Bibs Location

Type
Country
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Bermuda (1910-10-04)
 

Ecoregion

Contained by
Tropical Northwestern Atlantic
 

Olympic participating country

IOC Code
BER
Olympics participated in
Athletes
Athletic performances
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (F, 1630.0, 1640.0)
 

Statistical region

GDP growth rate
4.68 (1961)
4.47 (1962)
1.07 (1963)
Internet users as percentage of population
0 (1990)
6.805 (1995)
16.177 (1996)
Life expectancy
68.898 (1965)
70.29 (1970)
72.305 (1980)
Fertility rate
1.8 (1995)
1.74 (2000)
1.752 (2005)
 

Administrative Area

Administrative children
Short name
bm
Adjectival form
of
Administrative parent
 

Sports Team Location

Teams
 

Location

Nearby airports
Geolocation
-64.783 × 32.3
Contains
Time zone(s)
People born here
Events
 

Filming location

Featured In Films
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Governing officials
The Rt. Hon. Lord Martonmere
Sir Richard Sharples (assassinated)
Government bodies
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