The Bahamas is an island group in North America with 300,000 inhabitants. The archipelago consists of 700 islands, of which around 30 are inhabited. The Bahamas is part of the British Commonwealth. The monarchy is located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and east of Florida. The largest islands are Andros, Great Inagua, Grand Bahama, Great Abaco, Eleuthera, Cat, San Salvador, Acklins, Crooked and Mayaguana. There are approximately 2400 cayas (mini islands) in this area. Most islands are surrounded by sandy beaches. Sandbanks and beautiful coral reefs are often surrounded by shallow and very clear water. The islands themselves are flat with a rocky bottom. There is a tropical maritime climate. The capital Nassau has 210,000 inhabitants and is located on the island of New Providence. Nassau is known for the colorful houses with colonial architecture, the harbor area, the nightlife and the Junkanoo. Other cities are Coopers Town, Marsh Harbor, Freeport and Matthew Town. Sights are the Parliament Square, the Popey museum, the Victoria gardens, the Pirate museum, the Ernest Hemingway museum, the Dixon lighthouse, the many churches, the Pineapple festival, the Blue Lagoon, the rich marine life, the palm beaches and nature.

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