What are the spanish places names in Trinidad Tobago?
San Fernando,Santa Flora,Barataria,Mundo Nuevo,Vista Bella,San Raphael,Rio Claro,Sangre Grande,El Dorado,Sangre Chiquito,Palo Seco,Cedros,Las Cuevas,Manzanilla,El Socorro,Cocos Bay,Santa Cruz,Savonetta,San Juan,Diego Martin,Santa Rosa,St.Joseph.
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food - some methods of cooking were adopted from the spanish religion - catholic clergymen established missions in Trinidad to convert the amerindians to roman catholicism leading to the growth of the religion on the island music - years after Columbus discovered Trinidad, venezuelan immigrant…s came to work on the cocoa plantations, they brought their own brand of music - parang. later on it was integrated into other rhythms of the existing races on the island and became known as chutney parang and soca parang. dance - joropo and castillan ( Full Answer )
The island nation is in the Caribbean Sea, just off the northern coast of Venezuela in South America. Of the two islands, Trinidad is the larger and closer to Venezuela, and has substantial oil production. Tobago is primarily a tourism location.
Cats such as ocelot which is commonly called the painted leopardare found in Trinidad and Tobago. Other animals found there includecolorful parrots, the white fronted Capuchin money, Red HowlerMonkeys, and wild boars.
Hasley Crawford was a world class sprinter who has a stadium named after him in Mucurapo. He won Trinidad and Tobago's first ever Olympic gold medal in 1976 in the 100 meter dash.
As of the 2008 Games, athletes from Trinidad and Tobago have won 12 Olympic medals (1 gold, 3 silver, 8 bronze):. Gold -. 1) Hasley Crawford - 100 meter dash at the 1976 Games. Silver -. 1) Ato Bolden - 100 meter dash at the 2000 Games 2) Wendell Mottley - 400 meter dash at the 1964 Games 3)… Rodney Wilkes - Featherweight weightlifting at the 1948 Games (this was the first ever Olympic medal won by an athlete from Trinidad and Tobago). Bronze -. 1) George Bovell - 200 meter individual medley swimming at the 2004 Games 2) Ato Bolden - 200 meter dash at the 2000 Games, 200 meter dash at the 1996 Games, and 100 meter dash at the 1996 Games 3) Wendell Mottley, Kent Bernard, Edwin Roberts, and Edwin Skinner - 4x400 meter relay at the 1964 Games 4) Edwin Roberts - 200 meter dash at the 1964 Games 5) Lennox Kilgour - 90 kg class weightlifting at the 1952 Games 6) Rodney Wilkes - Featherweight weightlifting at the 1952 Games ( Full Answer )
what are the names of the athletes from trinidad and tobago who will be participating in the 2012 olympic games and what is their field of endeavour
yes of course it is a beautiful country because there are a lot of beaches and rivers and even waterfalls. It is a wonderful place there are a lot of sight seeing stuffs to see birds and so on....... more like Caribbean stuffs. you even get to go in the forests on tours and in the ocean there are a …lot of wonderful colorful fishes and shells!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ( Full Answer )
I suggest that you visit the website set up by the National Institute of Higher Education Research Science and Technology (NIHERST) on Caribbean Icons in Science, Technology and Innovation. You can find it at www.caribbean-icons.org
pastelles, arepas, tacos, burritos. those are all I can think of . I would include Empanadas in that answer.
\n. \n. \nQueen's Royal College; \nHayes' Court (Residence of the Anglican Archbishop);\nRoman Catholic Archbishop's Residence);\nMille Fleurs (Prada's House);\nRoomor (Ambard's House);\nWhite Hall (Prime Minister's Office);\nStollmeyer Castle.
Not sure of all of the religions in Trinidad and Tobago, but I know someone who is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS, Mormons) who lived in Trinidad and Tobago. I would also imagine there is a prominent Catholic presence.
The 41 constituencies are: . Arima, Arouca/Maloney, Barataria/San Juan, Caroni Central, Caroni East, Chaguanas East, Chaguanas West, Couva North, Couva South, Cumuto/Manzanilla, D'Abadie/O'Meara, Diego Martin Central, Diego Martin North/East, Diego Martin West, Fyzabad, La Brea, La Horquetta/Talpar…o, Laventille East/Morvant, Laventille West, Lopinot/Bon Air West, Mayaro, Naparima, Oropouche East, Oropouche West, Point Fortin, Point-a-Pierre, Port of Spain North/St. Anns West, Port of Spain South, Princes Town North, Princes Town South/Tableland, San Fernando East, San Fernando West, Siparia, St. Anns East, St. Augustine, St. Joseph, Tabaquite, Tobago East, Tobago West, Toco/Sangre Grande, and Tunapuna. ( Full Answer )
A. N. R. Robinson was the third President of Trinidad and Tobagoand also their third Prime Minister. He worked for internalself-government for Tobago and he also proposed the founding of theInternational Criminal Court.
Audrey Jeffers Highway. Beetham Highway. Churchill Roosevelt Highway. Uriah Butler Highway. Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway. Nico
balandra , la brea ,san fernando , palo seco ,penal ,dede, santa rosa ,santa cruz ,tortuga ,rio claro , sangre grande ,sangre chiquito .
pastell, arapas,gazpacho......that all i got and am in form 1 and my name is kevin smith and i go presentation collage :D
The map of Trinidad has places that have Spanish names, but thatonly means that there is a Spanish influence in the country. Onesuch place is the Port -of - Spain, which lies on the North West ofthe country's coastline.
Nariva Swamp, Caroni Swamp and the Beetham Swamp are found inTrinidad and Tobago. By Nessa
the scientists do not know exactly when there would be a next strike but according to their information, it WILL BE SOON!
Based on the information available, Jack Warner is the richest manin Trinidad and Tobago. In 2008, his estimated net worth was 50million US dollars. He has served as the vice president of FIFA andthe Minister of National Security.
well i am from trinidad but it's normal ah mean i walk the streets like normal i might get haras but it safe for me i don't know for other
1) Killarney 2) Archbishop's House 3) White Hall 4) Mille Fleurs 5) Roomor 6)Hayes Court 7)Queen's Royal College
Sure no one want to say because there are only dishonest ones, they hide behind poverty so we poor ones will never know, but i know that there is alot, take a drive in the west, the south and even in the east there is alot of millionaires in this little island of ours.
Trinidad and tobago is not in south America. Trinidad and tobago are in fact islands in the Caribbean. these islands are one country, a republic(1976). so it is called the republic of Trinidad and tobago. it is very near south America actually. Trinidad is just above Venezuela, and tobago is above T…rinidad. culturally diverse. very unique. beautiful beaches, flora and fauna. really should visit ( Full Answer )
The District Convention will be held at QueenÂ´s Park Oval, Tragarete Toad, Port of Spain September 3, 2010.
they are spanish ,France ,African ,English ,east Indians and Chinese names in Trinidad DONE BY:Sara Callender AGE:13yrs
What is the name of the week long celebration that takes place in Trinidad and Tobago as well as Brazil?
First of all it is not an entire week, it is just three days, and it is called Carnival.
My dad was originally born in Mexico.And he came to live in trinindad.Then he went back to Mexico where he met my mom. And I grew up in Mexico until I was eight. Spanish clothes in Trinidad: Camisa Chaqueta Zapatos
You admit this is homework, so you need to get out your notes/textbook to find the answer to the question. Wiki will not help you cheat. If you do the work now you will get a better grade on your next test. Time to get to work.
Arima Arouca Carapichaima Carli Bay Chaguanas Chaguaramas Cunupia Curepe Cushe Guaico Guanapo Guayaguayare Icacos Iere Village Mucurapo Tabaquite
Christmas is celebrated when each other get together an give eachother gifts and also eat
Mount Tamana (307 m  ), Mount Harris and Brigand Hill, all located in the northeastern portion of the range.
Trinidad population is around 1.3 million person Area 2km 5,128 period 2010 I hope this helps Lady.D
T rinidad was the first inhabited island of the Caribbean, settled by Amerindians from South America as early as 5000 BC. They called it "Ieri", the land of the hummingbird. When Christopher Columbus "discovered" the island in 1498 - naming it Trinidad after the three peaks of the Trinit…y Hills - there was a population of 35,000, who had trade links to South America. Tobago was occupied by Caribs. Columbus called the island Bella Forma when he sighted it. Today, its present name is a corruption of tobacco, a crop which the native Caribs grew. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Trinidad and Tobago is a parliamentary republic with a president and a prime minister.
Trinidad and Tobago, which were formally united as a British colony in 1898 and became independent on August31,1952
i don't know and stop goin on sites to get info play games get a life only smart goody too shoes is come on these sites do u want to be one of them or do u want to be cool like me
there are too many soca singers to list but my favs are machel montano, destra, ki persaud... theres alot more
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide . First Geneva Convention . Fourth Geneva Convention . Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance . Protocol I . Protocol II . Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court . Second Geneva Conventi…on . Third Geneva Convention . Treaty of Chaguaramas . Treaty of Tlatelolco . United Nations Charter . ( Full Answer )
George Maxwell Richards was the President of Trinidad and Tobago in 2010. He became the 4th President of Trinidad and Tobago on 2003 March 17. He was quickly re-elected by the Electoral College in 2008 for another 5 year term, which ended on 2013 March 17.
One Spanish dance that is danced in Trinidad and Tobago is theCastilian Waltz. It is a type of stately dance performed toParang-style music usually by older people. It is most commonlyseen around Christmas.
The spanish settle in Trinidad because we were well known for oil. Their are a lot of spanish people who works for oil companies. So they even work here and they start to settle.
dancing to the music of paranda or parang. sing at christmas the music called parang. cooking pastalles.
vistabella, sangre grande, san juan, marabella, san fernando, maraval, mt. diablo, arima, vistabella, pointe-de-spana (port-of-spain), carenage, pt. fortein, manzanilla, curepe, tacarigua
Barataria = barter, traffic Buen Intento = Good Intent Brasso (probably phonetic for 'Brazo') = Arm Brasso Seco = Dry Arm
Keshorn Walcott won a Gold Medal for Men's javelin throw Lalonde Gordon won a BronzeMedal for Men's 400 metres Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, Ade Alleyne-Forte, & Deon Lendore all won a Bronze Medal for the Men's 4 Ã 400m relay Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender, & Richard Thompson a…ll won a Bronze Medal for the Men's 4 Ã 100m relay ( Full Answer )
Five Spanish places in Trinidad are: Diego Martin San Fernando Sangre Grande San Juan Rio Claro
Because of racism and classism. In Trinidad, (Trinidad and Tobago, the correct name of the country) black people are generally of the lower class while the Indians are the upper class. The indians control the the money and have the power so they control even what the places are named.
Trinidad is Spanish for Trinity, as in the Holy Trinity(the father, the son, the holy spirit).
what are the names and location of some caves that are locatedin Trinidad and tobago