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Outline of the Bahamas

The location of the Bahamas
An enlargeable relief map the of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Bahamas:

Commonwealth of the Bahamassovereign island nation comprising an archipelago of seven hundred islands and two thousand cays.[1] The Bahamas are located in the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of Florida and the United States, north of Cuba, the island of Hispanola and the Caribbean Sea, and northwest of the British overseas territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Contents

General reference

An enlargeable basic map of the Bahamas

Geography of the Bahamas

An enlargeable map of the Bahamas

Environment of the Bahamas

An enlargeable satellite image of the Bahama Islands

Natural geographic features of the Bahamas

Islands of the Bahamas

Regions of the Bahamas

Main article: Regions of the Bahamas

Ecoregions of the Bahamas

Main article: Ecoregions in the Bahamas

Administrative divisions of the Bahamas

Main article: Administrative divisions of the Bahamas
Districts of the Bahamas

Municipalities of the Bahamas

Demography of the Bahamas

Main article: Demographics of the Bahamas

Government and politics of the Bahamas

Main article: Government of the Bahamas and Politics of the Bahamas

Branches of the government of the Bahamas

Executive branch of the government of the Bahamas

Legislative branch of the government of the Bahamas

Judicial branch of the government of the Bahamas

Foreign relations of the Bahamas

International organization membership

The Commonwealth of the Bahamas is a member of:[1]

Law and order in the Bahamas

Main article: Law of the Bahamas

Military of the Bahamas

Main article: Military of the Bahamas

Local government in the Bahamas

History of the Bahamas

Main article: History of the Bahamas

Hurricanes in the Bahamas

Culture of the Bahamas

Main article: Culture of the Bahamas

Art in the Bahamas

People of the Bahamas

Sport in the Bahamas

Main article: Sports in the Bahamas

Bahamas at the Commonwealth Games

Football in the Bahamas

Bahamian football clubs
Bahamian football competitions
Football venues in the Bahamas

Bahamas at the Olympics

Economy and infrastructure of the Bahamas

Main article: Economy of the Bahamas

Education in the Bahamas

Main article: Education in the Bahamas

Specific Bahamian people

Bahamian musicians

Bahamian politicians

Bahamian sportspeople

Bahamian athletes

Bahamian basketball players

Bahamian American football players

Olympic competitors for the Bahamas

Bahamian tennis players

See also

References

  1. ^ a b

External links

  • The Official Tourism Website of The Islands Of The Bahamas
  • Official website for Bahamas government
  • Bahamas Financial Services Board
  • The Association of International Banks & Trust Companies in The Bahamas
  • The Bahamas Constitution
  • Bahamas entry at The World Factbook
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