Last updated on August 27th, 2023 by Editorial Staff
Grenada is a country in North America. It shares borders with 7 countries: Belgium, Canada, China, Cuba, Russia, the United States of America, and Venezuela. The people of Grenada are called Grenadians. The country is situated in the Caribbean, an island between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago.
Etymology discusses where a term is considered to have originated from and how its meaning has changed over time. Etymology has been a factor in the naming of countries all across the world, and Grenada has also been influenced. The etymology of Grenada can be defined as; Named after the Andalusian city of Granada.
An ethnicity is a group or sub-group of people who are connected based on common characteristics which may include religion, origin, language, traditions, or culture. The ethnic groups in Grenada include Creole-Mulatto, and Douglas.
Caribbean Airlines Limited is the national airline of Grenada. The national colors of the country are green, yellow, and red. The emoji flag of the country is ????????, and the ISO code is GRD.
Grenada is known for being the Island of Spices due to its abundance of allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon, and clove. The national dish of Grenada is Oil down. Rum punch, in addition to being a traditional beverage, is one of the country’s national drinks. The national instrument of Grenada is Steelpan.
The country has the time zone UTC−4 (AST) followed by dd/mm/yyyy as the standard date format.
Grenada is divided into 6 parishes, and 1 dependency. St. George’s is Grenada’s largest city, while Saint George’s serves as the capital.
The literacy rate in Grenada is 98.6%.
The country’s total area is 348.5 km² (134.6 sq mi) (184th), and the total population is 112,523. The country’s average elevation is 300 meters to 600 meters, whereas the country’s terrain can be defined as; Volcanic in origin with central mountains. The country’s usual climate is tropical; tempered by northeast trade winds.
The area of land next to a sea is called the coast, and a coastline is defined as the line where land and sea meet. Grenada has 121 km of coastline.
The Eastern Caribbean dollar serves as the national unit of currency, and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank is recognized as the country’s central bank. The domain for Grenada is .gd and the country code is +473.
Museums are known to educate and connect visitors with the nation’s history, culture, civilization, art, and architecture. The Grenada National Museum serves the same purpose and is considered one of the most significant tourist attractions. The Grenada National Museum is home to a large collection of artifacts. It has been designated as the national museum of the country.
The national dress of Grenada is the T-shirts or camisoles, sarong, and shorts. 7 February is designated as National Day. In Grenada, the majority of the population practices Christianity, and Protestantism as their religion.
Nature is a blessing from God and we must protect it because it provides us with the oxygen and food to survive. It also helps to keep our environment beautiful and clean. To emphasize the significance of nature, Grenada has selected a few forces of nature as national symbols. The Grenada dove is both the national bird and animal of Grenada. The national flower is Paperflower. The national tree of Grenada is the Ackee, and the highest peak is Mount Saint Catherine.
Mythical creatures can be found in the literature and mythologies of many different nations. They represent imaginative representations of various creatures, humans, or hybrids. They are known for their specific features, supernatural abilities, and distinctive appearance. The mythical creature of Grenada is La Diablesse.
Sports have always played an important role in developing the social and cultural structure of Grenada and other countries. When it comes to designating a sport as the official symbol, Football is considered the country’s national sport.
Eric Matthew Gairy is the founder of Grenada. The country’s national anthem was written by Irva Merle Baptiste, and composed by Louis Arnold Masanto.
Due to their unique qualities and rich cultural or historical backgrounds, national monuments around the world are of great importance. Fort Frederick is recognized as the national monument of the country. It attracts visitors from all around the world.
Numerous organizations are working on a global level to improve the current state of affairs and to collaborate in order to establish and maintain constructive partnerships. Grenada is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM or CC), Commonwealth of Nations, Organization of American States (OAS), and United Nations (UN). Grenada collaborates with them to organize, analyze, and address various events and situations.
The tourism slogan of the country is “Pure Grenada: The Spice of the Caribbean” whereas, “Ever Conscious of God We Aspire, and Advance as One People” is the official motto of the country.
Keith Mitchell is the current Prime minister of Grenada.
Grenada has declared English as the country’s official language.
|Gwenad (common, Grenadian Creole French)
|Caribbean, an island between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago
|Country name etymology
|Named after the Andalusian city of Granada
|Tropical; tempered by northeast trade winds
|Volcanic in origin with central mountains
|7 Feb 1974
|Christianity, and Protestantism
|Eastern Caribbean dollar
|Creole-Mulatto, and Dougla
|Head of government
|Drive on the Left-hand side
|348.5 km² (134.6 sq mi) (184th)
|300 meters to 600 meters
|Emergency telephone numbers
|Emergency Telephone Numbers
The National animal of Grenada is Grenada dove
The National flower of Grenada is Paperflower. Botanical name is Bougainvillea.
The National bird of Grenada is Grenada dove
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