Bermuda

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Bermuda

  1. 1. BERMUDA JÉSSICA SOBRADO CAINZOS 2014
  2. 2. BERMUDA Las Bermudas is a country in America The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is an undefined region in the western part of the North Atlantic ocean
  3. 3. BERMUDA Population: 64,237 Land area: 53.2 km2 Languages: English (official), Portuguese Main cities:City of Hamilton and Town of st george Monetary unit:Dollar Neighbouring countries:there aren´t any neighbour cauntries Government:Parliamentary democracy Head of state/president/king/queen:Queen Elizabeth
  4. 4. BERMUDAS Origins and history: Bermuda was discovered in 1503 by Spanish explorer Juan de Bermúdez. Bermuda is a fairly isolated set of islands in the Atlantic Ocean around 650 miles east of the coast of North Carolina.
  5. 5. BERMUDA Main cities:The Town of Hamilton became a City in 1897, ahead of the consecration in 1911 of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Church Of England), which was under construction at the time. A Catholic cathedral, St. Theresa's, was later constructed. Today, the city overlooking Hamilton Harbour is primarily a business district, with few structures other than office buildings and shops. The City of Hamilton has long maintained a building height and view limit, which states that no buildings may obscure the Cathedral.
  6. 6. BERMUDA Main cities:St. George's was first settled in 1612. This was three years after the first English settlers landed on St. George's Island on their way to Virginia. Led by Admiral Sir George Somers and Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Gates, they had deliberately steered their ship, the Sea Venture, onto a reef. The survivors built two new ships, and most continued their voyage to Jamestown, but the Virginia Company laid claim to the island.
  7. 7. Traditions: Beating Retreat : Easter lilies: Floral Pageant: Regiment: BERMUDA
  8. 8. BERMUDAS Traditional food: some food of bermudas is for example: Bermuda fish chowder :is a soup that is considered the national dish of Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean. Its basic ingredients are fish, tomatoes and onions, seasoned with black rum and "Sherry Pepper Sauce".
  9. 9. BERMUDA Sport:Bermudas has got a footbol team: The Bermuda national football team is the national team of Bermuda and is controlled by the Bermuda Football Association And it has got a rugby union :Rugby union, often referred to simply as rugby, is a full contact team sport which originated in England in the early 19th century.[2] One of the two codes of rugby football, it is based on running with the ball in hand. In its most common form a game is between two teams of 15 players using an oval-shaped ball on a field with Hshaped goalposts on each goal line.
  10. 10. BERMUDA Interesting places to visit:In Bermudas you can visit many places for example the capital os Bermudas Hamilton in Hamilton the cathedral or look panorama of Hamilton
  11. 11. BERMUDA Reference: http://www.bermuda-online.org/traditions.htm ● www.en.wikipedia.org

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