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
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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Christiansted fue el corazon administrativo y militar de la colonia y alli los daneses fundaron una fortificacion para proteger su entorno.
Fish & Wildlife Service, Federal Building, 3013 Estate Golden Rock, Christiansted, VI 00820
The storm sank at least two 30ft boats in Christiansted harbour as it approached on a path projected to bring it just east of the southernmost island in the US Caribbean territory.
Croix, near downtown Christiansted and 15 minutes from Henry E.
Christiansted, la principal ciudad de la isla, tiene una media docena de calles angostas de una sola via, a lo largo de un fuerte de piedra amarilla.
port areas ranging from major ports such as Baltimore, MD, Houston, TX, and Long Beach, CA, to relatively minor ones, such as Christiansted, VI, Fernandina Beach, FL, and Homer, AK.
The house was close to christiansted, nearby beaches, restaurants and numerous sites of interest.
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 former Spanish West Indies, which are now the United States Virgin Islands, are marked by Danish influence, particularly the town of Christiansted on St.
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 highest child poverty levels were in the towns of Frederiksted (68 percent) and Christiansted (61 percent), St.

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