- People from all around the world has made Trinidad and Tobago their home, leading it to be called the “Rainbow Country”, due to the fact that there is so many different cultures living together. Trinidad measures 37 miles (60 km) by 50 miles (80 km), while Tobago measures 26 miles (42 km) by 7 miles (11.5 km).
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The demographics of Trinidad and Tobago reflect the diversity of this southernmost country in the West Indies. It is sometimes known as the "Rainbow Country"  or more fondly "a callaloo " (local dialect for a delicious dish prepared by blending a variety of ingredients).
Jan 13, 2018 · (Last Updated On: January 9, 2018) Located off the coast of Venezuela, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is a small island country in the West Indies. The nation is made up of several small islands, but gets its name from two main islands – yes, you guessed them – Trinidad and Tobago.
Jun 12, 2013 · Trinidad & Tobago is in international country code +1, area code 868.From other countries within country code +1 (North America = USA, Canada, and a variety of Caribbean and nearby islands), you ...
In 2014 Trinidad and Tobago was the third country in the world which emitted the most CO 2 per capita after Qatar and Curacao according to the World Bank. On average, each inhabitant produced 34.2 metric tons of CO 2 in the atmosphere. In comparison, the world average was 5.0 tons per capita the same year.