OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
CAPITAL CITY: Port of Spain
POPULATION: 1,225,000 (2013)
AREA: 5124 km²
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE (S): English, Creole-English, Creole-French, Hindi
RELIGION: Protestants 30% (including Anglicans 11%, Presbyterians 3%), Catholics 29%, Hindus 24%, Muslims 6%, others 11%
COIN: Trinidad and Tobago dollars
CURRENCY CODE: TTD
ENGLISH NAME: Trinidad and Tobago
POPULATION COMPOSITION: Indians 40%, blacks 40%, mixed 18%, whites 1%, others 1%
GDP PER residents: 20,056 USD (2013)
LIFE EXPECTANCY: men 67 years, women 73 years (2007)
INDEX OF LIVING CONDITIONS, HDI: 0.760
INDEX OF LIVING CONDITIONS, POSITION: 67
INTERNET DOMAIN NAME: .tt
Trinidad and Tobago, two islands in the southeastern Caribbean off the coast of Venezuela and since 1962 an independent republic. The economy is mainly based on oil, oil products and natural gas; the country has in recent decades been marked by instability.
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Trinidad and Tobago – State flag
The flag was officially hoisted in 1962; the colors are the same as those found in the coat of arms. The red color symbolizes the vitality of the country and the people, the black stands as a sign of unity, strength and determination, and the white symbolizes the sea, which binds the two islands of the nation together, as well as the purity of national efforts. There are also other interpretations of the colors.
Trinidad and Tobago – languages
Official language is English. It is spoken with a strong local touch. French, English and Spanish based Creole languages are widespread. approximately 3% have Hindi as a second language. For culture and traditions of Trinidad and Tobago, please check calculatorinc.