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The climate of the region is tropical but rainfall varies with elevation, size and water currents. Warm, moist trade windsblow consistently from the east creating rainforest/semi desert divisions on mountainous islands.


Spanish, English, French, Dutch, Haitian Creoleand Papiamentoare the predominant official languages of various countries in the region, though a handful of unique Creolelanguages or dialects can also be found from one country to another.

Currency:The East Caribbean dollar is the currencyof eight of the nine members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States.

The population of the Caribbean is estimated to have been around 750000

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Grenada is an island countryand Commonwealth Realmconsisting of the island of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadinesin the southeastern Caribbean Sea.




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