Christiansted


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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Christiansted

(krĭs`chənstĕd'), town (2010 pop. 2,433), chief city of St. CroixSaint Croix
, island (2010 pop. 50,601), 80 sq mi (207 sq km), the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, in the West Indies. Christiansted, on the northeast coast, is the island's leading town. A campus of the Univ.
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, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands. It is a shipping port for sugar and rum; tourism is the leading industry. Founded in 1733, Christiansted served briefly as capital of the Danish West Indies. Colonial development of the Virgin Islands in the 18th and 19th cent. is commemorated in the Christiansted National Historic Site (see National Parks and MonumentsNational Parks and Monuments

National Parks
Name Type1 Location Year authorized Size
acres (hectares)
Description
Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Last month, trainer Ferdy Murphy was fined pounds 4,000 for bringing racing into disrepute after suggesting pounds 1,600 had been made from laying his own horse Christiansted in a race at Fakenham, an admission secretly recorded and broadcast on the BBC by the Kenyon Confronts investigative team.
The West Witton trainer also claimed to have made pounds 1,600 profit by laying one of his horses, Christiansted, in a race at Fakenham.
The programme shows them openly discussing methods of cheating with horses, with Murphy boasting of taking wagers on his hurdler Christiansted via a betting exchange website.
The National Park Service licenses six concessioners to take visitors to the island; they can be contacted through the visitor center in the Scale House in Christiansted (340-773-1460).
CHRISTIANSTED ran a cracker in the GPT Galway Handicap, but just missed out on setting up a potential pounds 20,000 bonus.
Now enjoying early retirement in Christiansted, St.
Welcome Road and Route 85 North in east Christiansted, and East End Road (and the nearby golf course), Route 60 and the surrounding area.
This concern was heightened at Portman Square after trainer Ferdy Murphy appeared to admit this summer on the television programme, Kenyon Confronts, that his horse, Christiansted, had been laid to lose a race at Fakenham.
The Irishman boasted of making a pounds 1,600 profit from laying one of his own horses, Christiansted, at Fakenham in February.
Gambled-on Virgin Soldier wasn't given the best of rides in last week's Northumberland Plate so he could pose problems here while Christiansted is another that has something to prove after a big Pitman's Derby punt on him also went astray.
With the monument accessible only by boat, six concessioners operating out of Christiansted, St.
The events culminate with two carnival parades--one for children in Frederiksted and the other for adults in Christiansted.

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