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Caribbean, Grenada

Grenada, independent state in the West Indies, comprising the island of Grenada and some of the southern Grenadines. Grenada, in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, is the southernmost of the Windward Islands. The most important of the attached Grenadines is Carriacou, to the northeast. The country has a total area of 344 sq km (133 sq mi); Grenada island has an area of 311 sq km (120 sq mi). The capital, largest town, and principal port (located on the southwestern coast) is Saint George's.

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