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Capital : Port of Spain
Language :  English
Currency :  Tobago Dollar
Population : 1 349 667
Area : 5 130 km2

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Trinidad and Tobago facts

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1. The national top-level domain is .tt . There are over 4,170 websites with this extension.

2. The most popular pages with the extension .tt are google.tt, ge.tt and kuwait.tt.

3. In this country there are over 8 320 km of paved roads including over 95 km of express roads (0.01% of all roads in the world).

4. The country has 4 airports, 2 of the paved surface.

5. Full name of the country – Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

6. Political system – republic.

7. In 2001, VS Naipaul received the Nobel Prize for Literature.


Geography in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. This country is 60 times smaller than Poland.

2. The main rivers are Caroni and Ortoire.

3. It is an island country, no land borders.

4. There is only one lake in this country – Asphalt Lake.

5. The highest peak is El Cerro del Aripo, 940 m a.s.l.

6. There are 540 km2 of arable land in Trinidad and Tobago (11% of the country’s area).

7. The highest city in the country is Brasso Seco.

8. 2252 km2 of the country’s area is covered by forests (43.9%)

65. The nearest capital in a straight line from Port-of-Spain is Saint George’s (Grenada) – 156 km.

66. The furthest capital city in a straight line from Port-of-Spain is Dili (East Timor) – 19203 km.


Finance in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. The minimum wage is $ 15 (about PLN 9.2) per hour (data from 2015).

2. The amount of income tax in Trinidad and Tobago is 25%.

3. In this country, the amount of income tax for natural persons is 25%, and for companies 25% (2018).

4. The tax on goods and services is 12.5% ​​(2018).

5. The level of inflation in 2018 is 1%.

6. Gross domestic product (GDP) …
– in 2015 it is $ 30,705,000,000 (PLN 131,414,000,000) ,
– in 2018 it is $ 22,100,000,000 (PLN 94,588 million).

7. Internal debt at the beginning of …
2015 was 41.6% of GDP, which is about: $ 12 773 280 000 (PLN 54 669 638 400),
2018 year was 44.4 % GDP, i.e. around: $ 9 812 400 000 (PLN 41 997 072 000). To pay it back, each citizen would have to give about $ 7,320 (PLN 31,328).

8. Foreign debt at the beginning of …
2015 was around: $ 4,879,000,000 ,
2018 year is around: $ 13 925 000 000 .

9. This country has in 2018 more than $ 7,750,000,000 (PLN 33,170,000,000) in foreign currency reserves (0.082% of foreign currency reserves of all countries in the world ).

10. Trinidad and Tobago has 1,900 kg of gold reserves (2018).


Law in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. The built-up speed limit is 50 km / h.

2. Outside the built-up area, the permitted speed is 80 km / h.

3. The permissible blood alcohol content of a person driving a car is 0.8 per mille.

4. In this country there is left-hand traffic.

5. Men and women can retire at the age of 60-65.

6. In this country, the amount of income tax for natural persons is 25%, and for companies 25% (2018).

7. The tax on goods and services is 12.5% ​​(2018).

8. In this country, men and women can get married at the age of 18.

9. In this country, formalities related to the establishment of the company last 43 days.

10. The last death penalty was carried out in 1999.


Education in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. In this country, compulsory education lasts 6 years.

2. The beginning of education begins at the age of 5.

3. The average IQ level is 85.

4. In a country that is 1% of people above 15 years of age who can not read or write (approximately 13 406 people).


Work in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. The minimum wage is $ 15 (about PLN 9.2) per hour (data from 2015).

2. The amount of income tax in Trinidad and Tobago is 25%.

3. Men and women can retire at the age of 60-65.

4. The unemployment rate in 2018 is 5.3% .

5. In this country, the amount of income tax for natural persons is 25%, and for companies 25% (2018).

6. In this country, formalities related to the establishment of the company last 43 days.

7. The work week is 40 hours.


Best in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. The most deadly disease in this country is respiratory tract infection.

2. The highest peak is El Cerro del Aripo, 940 m a.s.l.

3. The highest city in the country is Brasso Seco.

4. Lowest temperature: 15 ° C was measured in Penal.

5. Highest temperature: 36.5 ° C was measured in Port of Spain.


Society in Trinidad and Tobago

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1. In Trinidad and Tobago, an average adult consumes about 6.7 liters of pure alcohol annually.

2. Most drink beer – 53.7%, then spirit – 44%, wine – 2%, and other alcoholic beverages – 0.3%.

3. In 2013, 147 people lost their lives as a result of road accidents.

4. Men and women can retire at the age of 60-65.

5. 10% of the population suffers from malnutrition (around 130,000).

6. 12.2% of the population lives on less than $4 a day.

7. The average IQ level is 85.

8. 29% of adults living in this country are overweight.

9. On average, a woman gives birth to 1.7 children.

10. In this country, more than 795 000 (2015) 942 713 (2018) people have access to the internet ( about 70% of the population).

11. About 640,000 (2015) 700,000 (2018) Facebook accounts were established.

12. The population density is 206 people / km².

13. The main religion is Catholicism, 31%.

14. The average age people living in this country is 35 years.

15. In this country there are around:
262,000 people (19.41%) in the age range 0-14 years.
955,000 people (70.77%) in the age range 15-64 years.
132,500 people (9.82%) over 65 years old.

16. In this country, approximately 18,200 children are born annually (1.3% of the population), and about 11,600 people die (0.9% of the population).

17. 16 people out of 1000 possess firearms.

18. 75% of the country’s population lives in urban areas.

19. In this country an adult person smokes an average of 92 cigarettes a month.

20. The average life expectancy in this country is 69.4 years (women – 72.9 years and men – 65.8 years).


Symbols of Trinidad and Tobago

1. The national alcohol is rum.

2. The country’s motto – “We strive together, we can achieve together”.


History of Trinidad and Tobago

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1. Independence from Great Britain was obtained on August 31, 1962.

2. In this country, women have been entitled to vote since 1925.

3. He joined the United Nations on September 18, 1962.


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What is the highest peak in Trinidad and Tobago?

The highest peak in Trinidad and Tobago is El Cerro del Aripo (940 m above sea level).

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What is the largest river in Trinidad and Tobago?

The main rivers are Caroni and Ortoire.

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What is the largest lake in Trinidad and Tobago?

In this country there is only one lake – Asphalt Lake.

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What Trinidad and Tobago has national colors?

National colors: red, white and black.

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What is national alcohol?

The national alcohol is rum.

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What countries borders Trinidad and Tobago?

It is an island country, no terrestrial borders.

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What is the average age of people living in this country?

The average age of people living in this country is 35 years.

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What is the minimum wage?

The minimum wage is $ 15 per hour (data from 2015).

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What is the population density in Trinidad and Tobago?

The population density is 263 people per km2.

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What is the motto of this country?

Motto of the country – “Together we strive, together we can achieve”.

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What is the highest temperature recorded in this country?

The highest temperature: 36.5 ° C was measured in the Port of Spain.

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What is the lowest temperature recorded in this country?

The lowest temperature: 15 ° C was measured in Penal.

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With how many years can you legally buy alcohol?

In this country, alcohol can be bought at the age of 18.

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