I've updated the population figure to the 2001 census.
|Short name||VIRGIN ISLANDS, BRITISH|
British Virgin Islands was a British territory throughout the 20th century.
Named by Columbus for the 11,000 virgins of Saint Ursula, because discovered on her feast day
British Virgin Islands has no known administrative divisions.
|British Virgin Islands||VG.VI||23,348||153||59||Road Town, Tortola Island|
On 2006-10-30, the British Virgin Islands adopted a system of postal codes. The codes assigned so far all have the form VG11n0, where n is a digit.
The Virgin Islands are divided between the Virgin Islands (U.S.) and the British Virgin Islands. The latter comprises islands north and east of The Narrows. The main islands are Anegada, Jost van Dyke, Tortola, and Virgin Gorda. Other islands in the British territory near the border with the U.S. territory are Little Tobago, Great and Little Thatch Island, Frenchman Cay, Pelican Island, and Norman Island.
Island Sun News , retrieved 2009-03-22.
|Back to main statoids page||Last updated: 2011-06-20|
|Copyright © 2005, 2009-2011 by Gwillim Law.|