As shown in the Barbados Political Map, Barbados is an island nation lying to the east of Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea. It is surrounded by the islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago.
The Barbados political map clearly shows the important cities and parish divisions. The parishes are demarcated with black dotted line while the outline map of Barbados is indicated with a blue line.
Barbados is divided into eleven parishes. They are St. Lucy, St. Peter, St. Andrews, St. James, St. Joseph, St. Michael, St. George, St. Philip, Christ Church, and St. John.
The national capital, Bridgetown is indicated with red dot encircled within a square. Bridgetown is the largest city of Barbados covering an area of fifteen square miles. The other major cities are: Spring hall, Fairfield, Portland, Speightstown, Greenland, Bruce Vale, Westmoreland, Jackson, Warrens, Saint Elizabeth, Carrington, Workhall, Chimborazo, Saint Patricks, and Providence.
Barbados is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the state and is represented by the Governor-General of Barbados. Elliot Belgrave is the current Governor-General of the island nation.Freundel Jerome Stuart is the Prime Minister of Barbados.
Note: Population:2000-05-01 census
Last Updated On : October 10, 2012