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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 »

Culture of Barbados - Wikipedia


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 ...

Barbados Traditions and Culture


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

Barbados Culture


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 ...

Barbados Culture: People


Ordinary and ExtrordinaryCaribbean People, character and personalities.

Culture of Barbados - history, people, traditions, women, beliefs ...


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

Culture - Totally Barbados


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 Facts, Culture, Recipes, Language ... - CountryReports


Current, accurate and in depth facts on Barbados. Unique cultural information provided. 35000 + pages CountryReports - Your World Discovered!

Art and Culture in Barbados - Barbados Pocket Guide


Arts & Culture. Arts and culture on the island of Barbados is very much alive as it constitutes for the very essence of our being. The diversity that lives on the ...