[citation needed] During the Cromwellian era (1650s) this included a large number of prisoners-of-war, vagrants and people who were illicitly kidnapped, who were forcibly transported to the island and sold as servants. Oaivegávpot lea Bridgetown. The 2010 national census conducted by the Barbados Statistical Service reported a resident population of 277,821, of which 144,803 were female and 133,018 were male. Le nom de Barbade vient de l'explorateur portugais Pedro A. Campos qui nomma l'île en 1536 Os Barbudos (« Les Barbus »). Another possible source for 'Bim' is reported to be in the Agricultural Reporter of 25 April 1868, where the Rev. † Physiographically, these are continental islands not a part of the volcanic Windward Islands arc. The envy of our Northern neighbors, Barbados enjoys a year round tropical climate that is perfect for going to the beach. In Barbados, drivers drive on the left side of the road. Barbados - Barbados - Climate: The climate of Barbados is generally pleasant. Máilmme riikkat; Last edited on njukčamánu 11 b. [1] However, it has since increased to 11.9% in second quarter, 2015. There are several locally owned and operated vehicle rental agencies in Barbados but there are no multi-national companies. Tennis is gaining popularity and Barbados is home to Darian King, currently ranked 270th in the world and is the 2nd highest ranked player in the Caribbean. Barbados eventually had one of the world's biggest sugar industries. Barbados is the 53rd richest country in the world in terms of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) per capita,[98] has a well-developed mixed economy, and a moderately high standard of living. United Nations. Full internal self-government was enacted in 1961. [110][22] The mainstream public education system of Barbados is fashioned after the British model. Inicio; Al azar; Cercanos; Acceder; Configuración; Acerca de Wikipedia; Limitación de responsabilidad; El contenido está disponible bajo la licencia CC BY-SA 3.0, salvo que se indique lo contrario. [105], Barbados maintains the third largest stock exchange in the Caribbean region. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply ... Tungkul Wikipedia; Pamananggi; Mobile view; Developers; As of 2014, its metropolitan population stands at roughly 110,000. Prominent among these early activists was Grantley Herbert Adams, who helped found the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) in 1938. [24] The two main groups were the Arawaks from South America, who became dominant around 800–1200 AD, and the more war-like Kalinago (Island Caribs) who arrived from South America in the 12th–13th centuries[22], It is uncertain which European nation arrived first in Barbados, which most likely would have been at some point in the 15th century or 16th century. [20][21] The words 'Bim' and 'Bimshire' are recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary and Chambers Twentieth Century Dictionaries. These acts were a precursor to the First Anglo-Dutch War. [19] The name could have arisen due to the relatively large percentage of enslaved Igbo people from modern-day southeastern Nigeria arriving in Barbados in the 18th century. Celui-ci tire son nom d'une croyance de la population locale selon laquelle l'île de Tenerife, en Espagne, serait la première terre rencontrée vers l'est depuis le territoire de la Barbade[4],[5]. Barbados lies on the boundary of the South American and the Caribbean Plates. [8] Many, if not most, believe the Portuguese, en route to Brazil,[25][26] were the first Europeans to come upon the island. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. [22] Barbados joined the short-lived West Indies Federation from 1958 to 1962, later gaining full independence on 30 November 1966. These English smallholders were eventually bought out and the island filled up with large sugar plantations worked by enslaved Africans. El clima se define como las condiciones meteorológicas medias que caracterizan a un lugar determinado. [99][failed verification] Despite this, a 2012 self-study in conjunction with the Caribbean Development Bank revealed 20% of Barbadians live in poverty, and nearly 10% cannot meet their basic daily food needs. [74] The driving of vehicles on beaches can crush nests buried in the sand and such activity is discouraged in nesting areas.[75]. Its capital and largest city is Bridgetown. Outstanding bond debt of Barbados reached US$4.4 billion. Its terrain is mostly flat but with a hilly interior. Barbados on Atlantin ja Karibianmeren välissä sijaitseva saarivaltio.Se kuuluu Pieniin Antilleihin ja sijaitsee 434,5 kilometriä Venezuelan rannikolta koilliseen.. Barbadoksen lähimmät naapurimaat ovat Saint Lucia ja Saint Vincent ja Grenadiinit.Maa kuuluu Kansainyhteisöön ja on esimerkiksi Maailmanpankin määritelmien mukaan kehitysmaa. [60][61] As of the first decade of the 21st century, a second treatment plant has been proposed along the island's west coast. Barbados is also the host to the green monkey. About 80,000 live in or around Bridgetown. Esta página se editó por última vez el 9 mar 2020 a las 16:48. Including the ZRs, there are three bus systems running seven days a week (though less frequently on Sundays). Barbados has half as many registered cars as citizens. L'île a une position plus excentrée vers l'océan Atlantique que les autres îles des Petites Antilles. The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre has produced an implementation plan for 2011–2021 and undertaken a number of assessments. Située à environ 13° nord de l'équateur et 59° ouest du méridien de Greenwich, la Barbade fait partie des Petites Antilles. The island's lone airport is the Grantley Adams International Airport. [22] However the white plantocracy class retained control of the political and economic situation on the island, with most workers living in relative poverty. Barbados weather conditions hardly change from month to month... actually as mention earlier it's near perfect all year round. Barbados information wikipedia. La minorité musulmane rassemble 1 % de la population, alors que les autres minorités religieuses (bouddhisme, hindouisme, judaïsme, etc.) Climate means the usual condition of the temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, rainfall, and other meteorological elements in an area of the Earth's surface for a long time. Traditional trading partners include Canada, the Caribbean Community (especially Trinidad and Tobago), the United Kingdom and the United States. On the Atlantic east coast of the island coastal landforms, including stacks, have been created due to the limestone composition of the area. All young people in the country must attend school until age 16. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. The wet season in Barbados lasts from June to November and the dry season is from December to May. Barbados. Unemployment was reduced to 10.7% in 2003. Selon le Pew Research Center, en 2010, 95,2 % des habitants de la Barbade sont chrétiens, principalement protestants (88 %) et dans une bien moindre mesure catholiques (4,3 %). Infrequent natural hazards include earthquakes, landslips, and hurricanes. At first, Dutch traders supplied the equipment, financing, and enslaved Africans, in addition to transporting most of the sugar to Europe. ; Política de privacidad [32], The harsh conditions endured by the slaves resulted in several planned slave rebellions, the largest of which was Bussa's rebellion in 1816 which was suppressed by British troops. At this point, Barbados will cease to be a Commonwealth realm, but will maintain membership in the Commonwealth of Nations. The Barbados Defence Force has roughly 800 members. As one of the world's most densely populated isles, the government worked during the 1990s[59] to aggressively integrate the growing south coast of the island into the Bridgetown Sewage Treatment Plant to reduce contamination of offshore coral reefs. One famous roundabout is a roundabout located east of Bridgetown, where you will see an emancipation statue of a slave named Bussa. But below we've listed a synopsis of Barbados weather on a month by month basis. [22] In its full-fledged form, Bajan sounds markedly different from the Standard English heard on the island. [43], Deep dissatisfaction with the situation on Barbados led many to emigrate. Here are some average weather facts we collected from our historical climate data: [41][42] In 1854, a cholera epidemic killed over 20,000 inhabitants. Annual precipitation ranges between 1,000 and 2,300 mm (40 and 90 in). Close to 90% of all Barbadians (also known colloquially as "Bajan") are of Afro-Caribbean descent ("Afro-Bajans") and mixed descent. [62], As a coral-limestone island, Barbados is highly permeable to seepage of surface water into the earth. [22] The Church of England was the official state religion until its legal disestablishment by the Parliament of Barbados following independence. Little rain falls during the rest of the year, especially in the driest period between February and April, though as a tropical island the odd storm can never be ruled out. Last edited on 13 Settember 2016, at 23:35. Arthur was a strong advocate of republicanism, though a planned referendum to replace Queen Elizabeth as Head of State in 2008 never took place. There was also a helicopter shuttle service, which offered air taxi services to a number of sites around the island, mainly on the West Coast tourist belt. The northeast trade winds influence the weather in Barbados, providing a tropical maritime climate. ~ Disputed territories administered by Colombia. The temperature does not usually rise above the mid-80s F (about 30 °C) or fall below the low 70s F (about 22 °C). The main environmental changes expected to affect the Caribbean are a rise in sea level, stronger hurricanes, longer dry seasons and shorter wet seasons. La population est composée à 21,68 % de personnes de 0 à 14 ans, à 69,44 % de personnes de 15 à 64 ans et à 8,88 % de personnes de 65 ans ou plus. Dapít sa Wikipedia; Mga Pangindahan; Maghanap. 10 Saints beer is brewed in Speightstown, St. Peter in Barbados and aged for 90 days in Mount Gay 'Special Reserve' Rum casks. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015. Bridgetown (UN/LOCODE: BB BGI) is the capital and largest city of Barbados.Formerly The Town of Saint Michael, the Greater Bridgetown area is located within the parish of Saint Michael.Bridgetown is sometimes locally referred to as "The City", but the most common reference is simply "Town". La capitale est Bridgetown. The island has an area of about 430 km². [35]:55 The decreased appeal of an indenture on Barbados, combined with enormous demand for labour caused by sugar cultivation, led the use of involuntary transportation to Barbados as a punishment for crimes, or for political prisoners, and also to the kidnapping of labourers who were sent to Barbados involuntarily. Owen Arthur of the BLP won the 1994 Barbadian general election, remaining Prime Minister until 2008. Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) are taken by students who have completed their secondary education and wish to continue their studies. The land slopes in a series of "terraces" in the west and goes into an incline in the east. D'autres parties de l'intérieur du pays connaissent une mise en œuvre agricole dédiée à la production de cannes à sucre. Harold St. John took over with the Barbados Labour Party government (BLP) from 11 March 1985 to 28 May 1986. Help us improve this site Help / … [94] Organization of American States (OAS), Commonwealth of Nations, and the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). La lingua uffiziala è l'englais. [50], Barbados announced on 15 September 2020 that it intends to become a republic by 30 November 2021, the 55th anniversary of its independence. Expressly named were "Wiltshire, Hampshire, Berkshire and Bimshire". Barbados weather averages and climate. The best time and weather to travel to Barbados 2020. [22] By 1660 there was near parity with 27,000 blacks and 26,000 whites. [55] This subduction means geologically the island is composed of coral roughly 90 m (300 ft) thick, where reefs formed above the sediment. Barbados (/bɑːrˈbeɪdɒs/ (listen) or /-doʊs/) is an island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies, in the Caribbean region of North America. The island rises gently to the central highland region known as Scotland District, with the high point of the nation being Mount Hillaby 340 m (1,120 ft) above sea level. Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations are usually taken by students after five years of secondary school and mark the end of standard secondary education. El texto está disponible bajo la Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-CompartirIgual 3.0; pueden aplicarse términos adicionales.Véase Términos de uso para más detalles. Life in the young colony was not easy, with parish registers from the 1650s show, for the white population, there were four times as many deaths as marriages. This means they use approximately five times as much biocapacity as Barbados contains. [39] The law's text was influential in laws in other colonies. As a result, climate change is expected to lead to changes in the economy, environment and population of the Caribbean. The biggest communities outside the Afro-Caribbean community are: English is the official language of Barbados, and is used for communications, administration, and public services all over the island. Barbados on Atlantin ja Karibianmeren välissä sijaitseva saarivaltio.Se kuuluu Pieniin Antilleihin ja sijaitsee 434,5 kilometriä Venezuelan rannikolta koilliseen.. Barbadoksen lähimmät naapurimaat ovat Saint Lucia ja Saint Vincent ja Grenadiinit.Maa kuuluu Kansainyhteisöön ja on esimerkiksi Maailmanpankin määritelmien mukaan kehitysmaa. [104], The European Union is assisting Barbados with a €10 million program of modernisation of the country's International Business and Financial Services Sector. In the period 1640–60, the West Indies attracted over two-thirds of the total number of English emigrants to the Americas. Air and maritime traffic was regulated by the Barbados Port Authority. The tropical climate in combination with the beautiful beaches attracts a lot of tourists. Classification Count Köppen-Geiger Examples; Tropical savanna climate: 22: Aw: Speightstown, Holetown, Bridgetown, Hastings, Rockley: Tropical monsoon climate: 4: Am: Redmans, Orange Hill, Welchman Hall, Lemon Arbour: Speightstown . It is unclear whether "bearded" refers to the long, hanging roots of the bearded fig-tree (Ficus citrifolia), indigenous to the island, or to the allegedly bearded Caribs who once inhabited the island, or, more fancifully, to a visual impression of a beard formed by the sea foam that sprays over the outlying reefs. Barbados weather forecast. Speightstown has a tropical climate. The defence preparations of the island nation are closely tied to defence treaties with the United Kingdom, the United States, and the People's Republic of China.[97]. However, based on proximity, these islands are sometimes grouped with the Windward Islands culturally and politically. Barbados opted to remain within the British Commonwealth, retaining Queen Elizabeth as Monarch, represented locally by a governor-general. Barbados is an original member (1995) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and participates actively in its work. When compared … Son altitude est assez basse, les pics les plus élevés étant à l'intérieur du pays. Le Premier ministre est le chef du gouvernement, et exerce le pouvoir exécutif, le rôle du chef de l'État étant essentiellement symbolique. Coppite bu mujj bu xët wii 30 Ut 2018 ci 13:49. La Barbade est la partie émergée d'un prisme d'accrétion, en effet la partie océanique de la plaque nord-américaine se trouvant sous l'Atlantique est en subduction sous la plaque caraïbe, ce qui entraîne au niveau de la fosse océanique l'obduction des sédiments océaniques. C'est principalement un calcaire corallien né de la subduction de la plaque sud-américaine en collision avec la plaque caraïbe. [51][52] Critics claim that the move came about in part because China exerted pressure on Barbados. "[citation needed] Carlisle then chose as governor Henry Hawley, who established the House of Assembly in 1639, in an effort to appease the planters, who might otherwise have opposed his controversial appointment.[22][32]. Low Temp: 73 °F. [113] The national dish of Barbados is cou-cou & flying fish with spicy gravy. A day of recognition for Barbados's national heroes since 28 April 1998. The airport serves as the main air-transportation hub for the eastern Caribbean. La Barbade est une île relativement plate d'une superficie de 431 km2, se relevant doucement dans la région centrale montagneuse, le point le plus élevé est le mont Hillaby à 336 m. Son littoral a une longueur de 97 km. [58], Barbados is susceptible to environmental pressures. Barbados (third-person singular simple present Barbadoses, present participle Barbadosing, simple past and past participle Barbadosed) To press-gang (force into naval service). It is 34 kilometres (21 miles) in length and up to 23 km (14 mi) in width, covering an area of 432 km2 (167 sq mi). En mars 2015, Freundel Stuart, alors Premier ministre de la Barbade, annonce qu'un projet de loi est en cours d'adoption au Parlement afin que l’État devienne une république. The green monkey is found in West Africa from Senegal to the Volta River. The new bonds involve a principal "haircut" of approximately 26% and include a clause allowing for deferment of principal and capitalization of interest in the event of a natural disaster.[108][109]. Environ 90 % des Barbadiens sont descendants de peuples africains. A typical meal consists of a main dish of meat or fish, normally marinated with a mixture of herbs and spices, hot side dishes, and one or more salads. New Acts are passed by the Barbadian Parliament and require royal assent by the governor-general to become law. The 4th Prime Minister, Sir. [31] Courten's title was later transferred to James Hay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, in what was called the "Great Barbados Robbery. Jump to navigation Jump to search Tauli yang miyalilan ining bulung anyang 15:34, 30 Marsu 2009. Barbados has produced many great cricketers including Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Clyde Walcott, Sir Everton Weekes, Gordon Greenidge, Wes Hall, Charlie Griffith, Joel Garner, Desmond Haynes and Malcolm Marshall. Here you can query, map, compare, chart and summarize key climate-related information. By 1666 at least 12,000 white smallholders had been bought out, died, or left the island, many choosing to emigrate to Jamaica or the American Colonies (notably the Carolinas). [101][citation needed] The island saw a construction boom, with the development and redevelopment of hotels, office complexes, and homes, partly due to the staging of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. Barbados is a popular tourist destination. Barbados lea riika Davvi-Amerihkkás. El contenido está disponible bajo la licencia CC BY-SA 3.0, salvo que se indique lo contrario.. Esta página se editó por última vez el 8 ach 2013 a las 14:13. BarbadosWeather.org providing quality, reliable weather, news, impact based weather forecasts and ocean information in the cities of Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip and Saint Thomas. In Barbados, the easternmost of the West Indies, there's a tropical climate, hot and humid all year round, a bit cooler and more pleasant from December to April, and more hot and muggy from May to October. [35]:55 Irish indentured servants were a significant portion of the population throughout the period when white servants were used for plantation labour in Barbados, and while a "steady stream" of Irish servants entered the Barbados throughout the seventeenth century, Cromwellian efforts to pacify Ireland created a "veritable tidal wave" of Irish labourers who were sent to Barbados during the 1650s. Barbados has many health centers. It grants at least MFN treatment to all its trading partners. Jump to navigation Jump to search. [91] The Attorney General heads the independent judiciary. In fact, Barbados has over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year! Les på eit anna språk; Overvak; Endra; Commons har multimedia som gjeld: Barbados. The erosion of limestone in the northeast of the island, in the Scotland District, has resulted in the formation of various caves and gullies. The prevailing northeast tradewinds blow steadily so that although it is bright and sunny, it is … Since Independence on 30 November 1966, the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) has governed from 1966 to 1976; 1986 to 1994; and from 2008 to 2018; and the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) has also governed from 1976 to 1986; 1994 to 2008; and from 2018 to present. Il text è … In addition to several warm-up matches and six "Super Eight" matches, the country hosted the final of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. St. George and St. Thomas are in the middle of the country and are the only parishes without coastlines. [22] As a result of the increasing unrest the British sent a commission (The West Indies Royal Commission, or Moyne Commission) in 1938, which recommended enacting many of the requested reforms on the islands. "World Population Prospects 2019". Because of its tropical climate however, the island also experiences heavy rainfall and the occasional hurricane during the wet season. Best time to visit Bridgetown would be from December till June when less rain falls. It has been introduced to the Cape Verde islands off north-western Africa, and the West Indian islands of Saint Kitts, Nevis, Saint Martin, and Barbados. All of Barbados' Prime Ministers, except Freundel Stuart, held under the Ministry of Finance's portfolio. [73] In 2016 Barbados used 0.84 global hectares of biocapacity per person - their ecological footprint of consumption. Le pouvoir judiciaire est indépendant de l’exécutif et du législatif. Barbados Balance of Trade at -169243.00 BDS Thousand. Travel weather and climate description. The original name for Barbados in the Pre-Columbian era was Ichirouganaim, according to accounts by descendants of the indigenous Arawakan-speaking tribes in other regional areas, with possible translations including "Red land with white teeth"[13] or "Redstone island with teeth outside (reefs)"[14] or simply "Teeth". Irish servants in Barbados were often treated poorly, and Barbadian planters gained a reputation for cruelty. So the first colonists were actually tenants and much of the profits of their labour returned to Courten and his company. On 19 August 1994 a representative of the Government of Guyana signed a similar treaty. [121] The smaller buses from the two privately owned systems ("ZRs" and "minibuses") can give change; the larger blue buses from the government-operated Barbados Transport Board system cannot, but do give receipts. Barbadot; Last edited on 14 March 2013, at 05:08. Elle est donc une île constituée de roches sédimentaires contrairement à la majorité des îles des Antilles qui ont pris naissance grâce au volcanisme de subduction. [88], Other religions in Barbados include Hinduism, Islam, the Baháʼí Faith,[89] and Judaism.[22]. La reine Élisabeth II est le chef d'État, elle est représentée sur place par un gouverneur général. In 1627, the first permanent settlers arrived from England, and it became an English and later British colony. Temperatures are always high in Bridgetown. The Wikipedia climate page distills the foundations of today’s climate science, often citing comprehensive climate reports produced by hundreds of scientists, like the congressionally mandated U.S. Les principales fêtes de la Barbade sont[10] : Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. The conditions of the surrender were incorporated into the Charter of Barbados (Treaty of Oistins), which was signed at the Mermaid's Inn, Oistins, on 17 January 1652.[34]. Mean Temp: 81 °F. [22] Errol Barrow became the country's first prime minister. The dominant political parties are the Democratic Labour Party and the incumbent Barbados Labour Party. There are ZRs, the yellow minibuses and the blue Transport Board buses. The culture of Barbados is a syncretic mix of African and British elements, and the island's music reflects this mix through song types and styles, instrumentation, dances, and aesthetic principles.. As in other Caribbean countries of British colonial heritage, cricket is very popular on the island. There is a number of private schools, including Montessori and the International Baccalaureate. Here are some average weather facts we collected from our historical climate data: It is in the western area of the North Atlantic and 100 km (62 mi) east of the Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea;[7] therein, Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean Islands. 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