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Barbados Telecommunications Service Directory
Print Run:160,000
 
 

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Barbados Mini Directory
Print Run: 40,000
 
Usage: 75% of Barbados adults use the directory every year
68% of references result in a contact to a business found in the Yellow Pages
 
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  barbados-site-1 Online Directory at barbadosyp.com
Annual visitors: 1,800,000
 
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About Barbados
 

Barbados is a beautiful coral and limestone island, situated about 320 km north—northeast of Trinidad. With an area of 430 sq km it is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands. The island is relatively flat, rising gently to the central highland region with the highest point being Mount Hilaby in the Scotland district, at 335 metres above sea level.\

Population: Estimated at 277,821

Size of island: 21 miles long and up to 14 miles wide.

Language: English, Bajan (English based creole language widen spoken in informal settings).

Currency: Barbadian Dollar.

Government: Parliamentary democracy, Barbados has been an independent country since 1966.

Overview: Barbados is a beautiful coral and limestone island, situated about 320 km north—northeast of Trinidad. It’s the most easterly of the Caribbean islands. The island is relatively flat, rising gently to the central highland region with the highest point being Mount Hilaby in the Scotland district, at 335 metres above sea level.

The name Los Barbados was given by the Portuguese upon seeing the bearded fig trees which grew abundantly on the island.

The capital city of Barbados is Bridgetown and is located on the country’s southwestern coast in the parish of St. Michael.

Main Industry: Tourism, sugar, light manufacturing, component assembly for export .