The Bahamas or officially the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
The islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba,
of the Turks and Caicos Islands and to the southeast of the
United States of America (closer to Florida).
Consisting of 29 islands, 661 low-lying islands, and 2,387 islands (rocks).
Reason for naming the country
The word "Bahamas" is derived from the Spanish word ‘Baja mar' which means ‘low tide' or ‘shallow water or sea'.
The flag of the Bahamas was adopted on July 10, 1973.
The flag of the Bahamas consists of three colors: blue, yellow
Blue: symbolizes the waters surrounding the Bahamas,
the Atlantic Ocean, and the Caribbean.
Yellow: symbolizes the country's beaches.
Black: symbolizes the inhabitants of the Bahamas.
The official language is English.
Most of the population is Christian, and small groups of Jews, Baha'is, Muslims, Hindus and Rastafarians.
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Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy.
The climate of the Bahamas is moderate in summer and winter; its climate is mild tropical sea climate throughout the year. In the summer, the temperature rises to 29 ° C and in the winter it reaches 22 ° C, but may sometimes suffer from floods due to currents Coming from the sea in the summer and autumn.
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