Antigua and Barbuda (/ænˈtiːɡə ænd bɑrˈbjuːdə/; an-TEE-gǝ and bar-BYOO-dǝ; Spanish for "ancient" and "bearded") is a twin-island country lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It consists of two major inhabited islands, Antigua and …
Latitude and longitude of Saint John’s
St. John's is the capital and largest city of Antigua and Barbuda, a country located in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea. With a population of 81,799, St. John's is the commercial centre of the nation and the chief port of the island of Antigua.
Latitude: 17° 07' 1.81" N
Longitude: -61° 50' 44.63" W
Articles of interest in Saint John’s
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Antigua (/ænˈtiːɡə/ an-TEE-gə or sometimes the spelling pronunciation /ænˈtiːɡwə/), also known as Waladli or Wadadli by the native population, is an island in the West Indies, in the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean region, the main island of the co…
St. John's is the capital and largest city of Antigua and Barbuda, a country located in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea. With a population of 81,799, St.
V. C. Bird International Airport (IATA: ANU, ICAO: TAPA) is located on the island of Antigua, 8 km (5.0 mi) northeast of St.
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium is a stadium in North Sound, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda. It was built for use in the 2007 Cricket World Cup where it hosted Super 8 matches. The stadium usually caters for 10,000 people, but temporary seating doubled it…
Antigua and Barbuda lie in the eastern arc of the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean Sea. Antigua is 650 km southeast of Puerto Rico; Barbuda lies 48 km due north of Antigua, and the uninhabited …
Mount Obama (known as Boggy Peak until August 4, 2009) is the highest point in the nation of Antigua and Barbuda and on the island of Antigua.
Antigua Recreation Ground is the national stadium of Antigua and Barbuda. It is located in St. John's, on the island of Antigua. The ground has been used by the West Indies cricket team and Antigua and Barbuda national football team.
Nelson's Dockyard is a cultural heritage site and marina in English Harbour, Antigua. It is part of Nelson's Dockyard National Park, which also contains Clarence House and Shirley Heights.
The House of Representatives of Antigua and Barbuda is the lower chamber of the country's bicameral parliament.
English Harbour is a natural harbour and settlement on the island of Antigua, in the extreme south of the island. The settlement takes its name from the nearby harbour in which the Royal Navy established its base of operations for the area during th…
All Saints is the second largest town in Antigua and Barbuda, with a population of 3,412. It's located in the middle of Antigua, at (17°3′N61°47′W). Just 5 miles SE of here is the capital, St.
Liberta is the third-largest town in Antigua.
Betty's Hope in Antigua and Barbuda was a sugar plantation which provided livelihood for many generations of Antiguans from the time it was established in 1650 during the British Colonial rule.
Swetes, also spelled Sweet's, is the sixth largest town in Antigua and Barbuda. It is located in the south of the island of Antigua, to the north of Liberta on the road to Old Road and the southwest coast of the island.
The Stanford Cricket Ground, colloquially known as "Sticky Wicket Stadium", is a cricket ground in Osbourn, Saint George Parish, Antigua.
Parham is a town in the island country of Antigua and Barbuda, on the north-east coast of Antigua, with a population of 1,276 (2001 census). It is the oldest town in the country (established in 1632) and was once the capital.
Prickly Pear Island is an islet approx. 650 metres off the north shore coast of the much larger island of Antigua, West Indies. The island measures approx. 100 metres north to south, and approx. 50 metres east to west.