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Location: Caribbean, islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela
Population: 1.3 million (1995 estimate)
Capital: Port-of-Spain
Comparative area: Slightly smaller than Delaware
Religions: Roman Catholic 32.2 percent, Hindu 24.3 percent, Anglican 14.4 percent, other Protestant 14 percent, Muslim 6 percent, none or unknown 9.1 percent
Landscape: Tropical forests and fertile flatlands cover much of Trinidad; a mountain range extends east and west across the north, and hills rise in the central and southern areas; Tobago has a central mountain ridge and beaches
Recognized by International Olympic Committee: 1948

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