Welcome To Bermuda

Bermuda National anthem:
name: "Hail to Bermuda"
lyrics/music: Bette JOHNS
note: serves as a local anthem; as a territory of the United Kingdom, "God Save the Queen" is official (see United Kingdom)

Capital
Hamilton

Area
54 sq km

Currency
Bermudian Dollars
BMD

Emergency numbers
441

Languages
English
Portuguese

Government
Bermuda Government

Law ministry
Legal Affairs

Population
62,278
Source
See latest population

Bermuda Police Service
Agency overview : Formed 1879
Legal personality : Governmental Government agency

Operational structure
Headquarters : Hamilton
Agency executive : Commissioner

Website : http://www.bermudapolice.com/

Website : http://www.bermudapolice.com/

For detailed and more information, see the source

Bermuda Political parties
Progressive Labour Party (Bermuda)
Founded 10 February 1963
Website : http://www.plp.bm

One Bermuda Alliance
Founded : 17 May 2011
Website : http://www.oba.bm

United Bermuda Party
Founded : 21 August 1964
Website : https://web.archive.org/web/20050403062839/http://www.ubp.bm/

National Liberal Party (Bermuda)
Founded : 1985
Website : None

Gombey Liberation Party
Founded : July 3, 2003
Website : http://gombey-liberation.wikispaces.com

Bermuda Democratic Allianc
Founded : 5 November 2009
Website : http://www.thealliance.bm

Religions
Protestant 46.2%
Roman Catholic 14.5%
Jehovah's Witness 1.3%
other Christian 9.1%
Muslim 1%
Other 3.9%
None 17.8%
unspecified 6.2%

For details, contact Datacentre

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Interesting facts
The first Bermuda Day was in 1979 and replaced Empire Day, which was also on May 24, celebrating Queen Victoria's birthday on that date.

May 24 is also traditionally the day Bermudians first go swimming to celebrate the end of winter.

The islands of Bermuda are named after Juan de Bermúdez who claimed the islands for Spain in 1503, though he never actually landed there.

Bermuda became a British colony in 1707. It is now the oldest and most populous remaining British Overseas Territory.

The expression "Bermuda shorts" for knee-length shorts was first recorded in 1953.

The Bermuda Triangle, allegedly an area in the Atlantic of unexplained disasters or disappearances, was first mentioned in 1964.

Bermuda has more golf courses per person than any other country.

Bermuda has the only national flag that displays a sinking ship. It represents the 1609 sinking of Sea Venture, which led to the British settlement there.

The wildlife in Bermuda includes the tiny, whistling tree frog which is heard singing at night.

This year is the 400th anniversary of the first import of honeybees to Bermuda from Britain.