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The shorelines of both islands are greatly indented with beaches, lagoons, and natural harbours. Largest cities[edit] Further information: List of cities in Antigua and Barbuda Antigua17°5′0″N 61°48′0″W / 17.08333°N 61.80000°W / 17.08333; -61.80000Prickly Pear Island17°10′33″N 61°47′53″W / 17.17583°N 61.79806°W / 17.17583; -61.79806 Great Bird Island17°8′46″N 61°43′31″W / 17.14611°N 61.72528°W / 17.14611; -61.72528 Galley Island Major17°08′35.5″N 61°43′37.5″W / 17.143194°N 61.727083°W / 17.143194; -61.727083 Galley Island Minor Jenny Island Exchange Island17°08′11″N 61°43′23″W / 17.13639°N 61.72306°W / 17.13639; -61.72306 Rabbit Island17°8′10″N 61°43′52″W / 17.13611°N 61.73111°W / 17.13611; -61.73111 Lobster Island17°8′1″N 61°43′47″W / 17.13361°N 61.72972°W / 17.13361; -61.72972 Long Island17°9′19″N 61°45′14″W / 17.15528°N 61.75389°W / 17.15528; -61.75389 Maiden Island17°8′44″N 61°45′48″W / 17.14556°N 61.76333°W / 17.14556; -61.76333 Rat Island17°7′44″N 61°46′11″W / 17.12889°N 61.76972°W / 17.12889; -61.76972 Little Bird Island17°09′27″N 61°44′17″W / 17.15750°N 61.73806°W / 17.15750; -61.73806 Hells Gate Island17°8′26″N 61°43′18″W / 17.14056°N 61.72167°W / 17.14056; -61.72167 Monocle Point Island Red Head Island17°8′16″N 61°43′41″W / 17.13778°N 61.72806°W / 17.13778; -61.72806 Guiana Island17°7′26″N 61°43′57″W / 17.12389°N 61.73250°W / 17.12389; -61.73250 Crump Island17°6′32″N 61°43′8″W / 17.10889°N 61.71889°W / 17.10889; -61.71889 Nanny Island (Henry Island)17°04′05″N 61°41′26″W / 17.06806°N 61.69056°W / 17.06806; -61.69056 Laviscounts Island17°5′57″N 61°43′24″W / 17.09917°N 61.72333°W / 17.09917; -61.72333 Bird Island17°4′45″N 61°40′20″W / 17.07917°N 61.67222°W / 17.07917; -61.67222 Round Island Hawes Island17°6′46″N 61°43′40″W / 17.11278°N 61.72778°W / 17.11278; -61.72778 Little Island Green Island17°4′11″N 61°39′58″W / 17.06972°N 61.66611°W / 17.06972; -61.66611 Pelican Island17°06′21″N 61°42′17″W / 17.10583°N 61.70472°W / 17.10583; -61.70472 York Island17°3′11″N 61°40′9″W / 17.05306°N 61.66917°W / 17.05306; -61.66917 Codrington Island17°6′9″N 61°42′21″W / 17.10250°N 61.70583°W / 17.10250; -61.70583Blake Island17°0′52″N 61°46′58″W / 17.01444°N 61.78278°W / 17.01444; -61.78278 Cinnamon Island17°7′21″N 61°47′9″W / 17.12250°N 61.78583°W / 17.12250; -61.78583 Five Islands17°04′50″N 61°54′50″W / 17.08056°N 61.91389°W / 17.08056; -61.91389 Hawksbill Rock17°6′43″N 61°54′8″W / 17.11194°N 61.90222°W / 17.11194; -61.90222 Johnson Island17°01′31″N 61°53′28″W / 17.02528°N 61.89111°W / 17.02528; -61.89111 Maiden Island17°5′44″N 61°53′14″W / 17.09556°N 61.88722°W / 17.09556; -61.88722 Moor Rock17°09′49″N 61°45′27.0″W / 17.16361°N 61.757500°W / 17.16361; -61.757500 Mouse Island17°07′42.0″N 61°46′13″W / 17.128333°N 61.77028°W / 17.128333; -61.77028 Neck of Land17°03′40″N 61°40′29″W / 17.06111°N 61.67472°W / 17.06111; -61.67472 Sandy Island17°8′4″N 61°55′36″W / 17.13444°N 61.92667°W / 17.13444; -61.92667 Smith Island17°2′27″N 61°40′48″W / 17.04083°N 61.68000°W / 17.04083; -61.68000 The Sisters17°9′39″N 61°52′6″W / 17.16083°N 61.86833°W / 17.16083; -61.86833 Vernon’s Island17°6′51″N 61°46′8″W / 17.11417°N 61.76889°W / 17.11417; -61.76889 Wicked Will Island17°02′53.5″N 61°40′19.5″W / 17.048194°N 61.672083°W / 17.048194; -61.672083Barbuda17°37′0″N 61°48′0″W / 17.61667°N 61.80000°W / 17.61667; -61.80000Goat Island17°42′20″N 61°50′49″W / 17.70556°N 61.84694°W / 17.70556; -61.84694 Kid Island17°41′47″N 61°48′52″W / 17.69639°N 61.81444°W / 17.69639; -61.81444 Man of War Island17°40′5″N 61°51′5″W / 17.66806°N 61.85139°W / 17.66806; -61.85139 Rabbit Island17°42′23″N 61°49′36″W / 17.70639°N 61.82667°W / 17.70639; -61.82667Redonda16°56′20″N 62°20′30″W / 16.93889°N 62.34167°W / 16.93889; -62.34167Climate[edit] Rainfall averages 990 mm (39 in) per year, with the amount varying widely from season to season.In general the wettest period is between September and November.The permanent population numbers about 81,800 (at the 2011 Census) and the capital and largest port and city is St. Lying near each other (the main Barbuda in the Seville Cathedral.

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The islands generally experience low humidity and recurrent droughts.

Temperatures average 27 °C (80.6 °F), with a range from 23 °C (73.4 °F) to 29 °C (84.2 °F) in the winter to from 25 °C (77.0 °F) to 30 °C (86.0 °F) in the summer and autumn.

Christopher Columbus, while sailing by in 1493 may have named it Santa Maria la Antigua, after an icon in the Spanish Seville Cathedral.

History[edit] Main article: History of Antigua was first settled by archaic age hunter-gatherer Amerindians called the Siboney or Ciboney.[6] Carbon dating has established the earliest settlements started around 3100 BC.

The indigenous West Indians made excellent seagoing vessels which they used to sail around on the Atlantic and the Caribbean.

As a result, Caribs and Arawaks around 1100 AD; those who remained were later raided by the Caribs.

They were succeeded by the ceramic age pre-Columbian Arawak-speaking Saladoid people who migrated from the lower Orinoco River.

The Arawaks black pineapple (Moris cultivar of Ananas comosus), corn, sweet potatoes, chiles, guava, tobacco, and cotton.

] believe that the psychological stress of slavery may also have played a part in the massive number of deaths amongst enslaved natives.

Others believe the reportedly abundant but starchy, low-protein diet may have contributed to their severe malnutrition as they were used to a diet fortified with protein from the sea.[8] The Spaniards did not colonise Antigua in 1684.

The islands became an independent state within the Commonwealth of Nations on 1 November 1981, with Elizabeth II was devastated in early September 2017 by Hurricane Irma, which brought winds with speeds reaching 295 km/h (185 mph).

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