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The People of Barbados
Ethnicity: black, white, Asian, mixed
Languages: English
Religions: Protestant (Anglican, Pentecostal, Methodist), Roman Catholic, other Christian
Population: 277,821 (2010 census) (181st)
Median Age: total: 38 years (2015 est.)
Female: 39.1 years (2015 est.)
Male: 36.9 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: not reported by UNESCO 2015
Female: N/A
People of:
Barbados Travel Information and Travel Guide
Many Caribbean islands have beaches, but where Barbados differs is what lies behind the surf and sand. No matter your budget or style, you can find a place to stay that suits you, whether cheap, ... More »


The culture of Barbados is a blend of West African and British cultures present in Barbados. English is the official language of the nation, reflecting centuries of ...


Learn about the intruiging cultural traditions of Barbados including the tuk band, Landship, road tennis and Crop Over carnival.


Barbados culture is a multinational one developed under the influence of various cultures into a stong character of its own. The people are warm, friendly and ...


Orientation. Identification. Barbadians are people born on Barbados and people born elsewhere who have at least one Barbadian parent and maintain cultural ...


The African influence on Barbadian culture primarily stems from the slave trade days. Since Barbados is the first island west of Africa, Barbados was a vital ...


Barbados Culture, the british influence, bajun customs, the love of cricket, horse racing & music including the spectacular Crop Over Carnival & Kadooment Day.


Barbados' distinction of having remained under British rule from its first ... in 1627 to its Independence on November 30, 1966, profoundly affected the culture.


May 7, 2015 ... History and culture. The island named Los Barbados by Portuguese sailors passing through in the early 1500s – after the ficus trees whose ...


For a taste of Barbados heritage and tradition, explore the rich Bajan culture and learn more about this fascinating island.