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The Bahamas boasts white-sand beaches and sparkling blue waters with jewel-like hues of turquoise, sea green and aquamarine. Just 50 miles off the coast of Florida, the country consists of 700 mostly uninhabited islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of Atlantic ocean — with New Providence Island home to its capital, Nassau. Culturally linked to the Caribbean, it’s been shaped by a complex mix of influences, including the rhythms and traditions of Africa, and Britain’s 325-year rule left the English language, left-hand driving, a parliamentary system and colonial architecture. It now draws sun seekers and sea worshippers, sailors and snorkelers, swimmers and scuba divers, and others who swoon over this tropical paradise.
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