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Welcome To St.Martin. Seriah A.M. Silcott Alex Markham Kiarnra Vanterpool. Location. In the North East Part of Caribbean 18.0667° N, 63.0500° W 186 Miles From Puerto Rico. Population. 2013: 31,264. St.Martin’s Local Food. Callaloo Soup Crab Backs Johnny Cakes Coconut Sugar Cakes

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    1. Welcome ToSt.Martin Seriah A.M. Silcott Alex Markham KiarnraVanterpool

    2. Location • In the North East Part of Caribbean • 18.0667° N, 63.0500° W • 186 Miles From Puerto Rico

    3. Population 2013: 31,264

    4. St.Martin’s Local Food • Callaloo Soup • Crab Backs • Johnny Cakes • Coconut Sugar Cakes • Mutton • Typical Caribbean Food

    5. St.Martin Cultures Blends of: • African Heritage • French Heritage • British Heritage • Dutch Heritage

    6. Music Typical Island Music Class Activities: Name Some

    7. Nationality • As a part of the Netherlands Antilles and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, St. Maarten boasts 77 different nationalities. Saint Martin is an overseas territory of France.

    8. Capital • Marigot is the capital of French Saint Martin.

    9. St. Martin’s Climate • Sunny and warm year-round, with some cooling from trade winds. The average temperature during the winter season is 80°F and the island is a few degrees warmer, but not as humid in the summer. There are occasional showers in late summer and early fall, with the annual rainfall averaging 45 inches.

    10. Further Research

    11. resources • http://www.sonesta.com/mahobeach/index.cfm?fa=localarea.home • http://www.martin.com/index.cfm?fa=local352area.home • http://projectaccesseasttn.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/thank-you1.jpg