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Caribbean Domains: St.Barthelemy (.bl)

  

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.bl is a future Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) that is likely to be created for Saint BarthȨlemy, following the decision on 21 September 2007 by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency to allocate BL as the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Saint BarthȨlemy. This decision followed Saint BarthȨlemy's new status as an Overseas collectivity of France which took effect on July 15 2007. Currently Saint BarthȨlemy uses Guadeloupe's ccTLD, .gp and France's ccTLD, .fr.

Background Information :

Population

Jan. 2007 census 8,450 - Density 402/km2 (not ranked) 1,042/sq mi

National Anthem

La Marseillaise

Area

Total 21 km2 (not ranked) 8.1 sq mi - Water (%) negligible

Currency

Euro (€)

Population type

European, Mulatto, West African, Mestizo (French-East Asia)

Government

President of France Nicolas Sarkozy - Prefect Dominique Lacroix - President of the Territorial Council Bruno Magras Overseas Collectivityof France - French colony 1648 - Sold to Sweden 1 July 1784 - Sold to France 16 March 1878 - as separate Overseas Collectivity 22 February 2007

Language

French

Time Zone

AST (UTC-4) "Saint-BarthȨlemy," "St. Bart's," "St. Barts" and "St. Barth" redirect here. For other uses, see St. Bartholomew's Saint BarthȨlemy (French: Saint-BarthȨlemy), officially the Collectivity of Saint BarthȨlemy (French: CollectivitȨ de Saint-Barth¨lemy), is an overseas collectivity of France. Also known as Saint Barth in French, or St. Barts in English, the collectivity is one of the four territories among the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean that comprise the French West Indies, and is the only one to have historically been a Swedish colony.


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