Asked in IslandsCaribbean Islands
What chain of islands is Grenada part of?
Asked in Alaska
What chain of islands off the Alaskan Peninsula is part of theUS?
When did Grenada become part of the British empire?
Asked in History of the United States, Alaska, Islands
What chain of islands off the Alaskan Peninsula are part of the US?
Asked in Puerto Rico
What is the group of islands called East of Puerto Rico?
East of Puerto Rico the main chain divides itself, forming an inner chain and an outer chain of islands. The inner chain includes St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Grenada. The other chain can be traced through the Virgin Islands, Antigua, Barbados, Tobago and northern Trinidad, continuing into the South American Continent as the coastal mountains of Venezuela.
Asked in US Virgin Islands
What chain of islands is southeast of the Virgin Islands?
Asked in West Indies, Caribbean Islands
Where is the grenada located?
It's okay to just call it Grenada. Using "the" in front, is not necessary. Grenada is a Caribbean island located on the southern end of the eastern chain of islands. It is located approximately 100 miles to the north of Venezuela, and situated to the north west of Trinidad and Tobago. A simple way to explain it would be by saying that Grenada is located below St. Vincent and the Grenadines as you make your way down the curved line of Caribbean islands towards Venezuela.
Asked in Catholicism, Caribbean Islands
What islands are included in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint George's in Grenada?
Asked in Islands
What is is a chain of islands in the south pacific?
Asked in Extradition, Treaties, Caribbean Islands
Does Grenada have an extradition treaty with the us?