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In terms of GDP per capita, the Bahamas is the third richest country in the Americas (after the U.S. and Canada), and the richest in the world whose population is predominantly of African origin, even in Sandy Lane.
The total area of Barbados, including Christ Church, is 13,939 km2 (5382 square miles), with an estimated population of 330,000. Its capital is Nassau. Geographically, Bahamas are in the chain of islands such as Cuba, Hispaniola and the Turks and Caicos Islands, each boasting silver sands and picturesque beaches. The appointment of the Bahamas usually refers to the Community and non-chain space.
The Bahamas has a subtropical climate and tropical and is moderated significantly to the Gulf Stream waters, especially in winter. On the other hand, this often proves very dangerous in the summer and autumn, when hurricanes pass near or through the islands. Hurricane Andrew hit the northern islands during the 1992 Atlantic hurricane season, and Hurricane Floyd hit most of the islands during the 1999 Atlantic hurricane season.
Although there has never been a freeze reported in the Bahamas, the temperature can drop to 2-3 ° C (35.6 to 37.4 ° F) during epidemics affecting the Arctic near Florida. Snow was reported to have mixed with rain in Freeport in January 1977, when it snowed in the Miami area. The temperature was about 4.5 ° C (40.1 F) at the time.