To which state does Saint Helena belong?

To which state does Saint Helena belong?

  1. Who else sent Napoleon away? So it's France!
  2. Saint Helena
    The island is a colony of Great Britain in the Atlantic Ocean, in 1850 km to the west of the east coast of Africa. Under the jurisdiction of the colony of St. Helena, British possessions also fall on the islands of Ascension and Tristan Da Cunha.
    The capital is Jamestown.
    Area 410 sq. M. km.
    Population 7 415 people (July 2004)
    English language.
  3. The population is 7 100 people.
    Area - 410 km # 178 ;.
    The capital is Jamestown (5 600 people).
    The administrative-federal system is a constitutional monarchy.
    The official language is English.
    The main religions: Christianity.
    The currency is the pound of St. Helena (equal to the pound sterling).
    The state of St. Helena is in the Atlantic Ocean. We say "St. Helena" means islands:
    - St. Helena (in honor of which the tiny state is named);
    - Ascension Island;
    - The island of Tristan da Cunha;
    - the island of Gough;
    - The island is unapproachable;
    - Island Nightingale.
    The islands are scattered across the Atlantic Ocean. St. Helena and Ascension are not far from Africa.
    The islands of Tristan da Cunha and Gough are approximately at an equal distance from Africa and South America.
    Virtually the entire population lives on St. Helena in the city of Jamestown (5600 person). More than 100 people live in Georgetown (Ascension Island) and Edinburgh of the Seven Seas (271 people - according to April 2007 data) (Tristan da Cunha).
    Since St. Helena belongs to Great Britain, the governor is governed by the state, appointed by the British Queen.
    This is interesting:
    * On the island of St. Helena in the nineteenth century, Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled. The place where Napoleon lived, and the valley where he was buried, are the territories of France.
  4. St. Helena is located in the Atlantic Ocean at 2800 km west of Africa and belongs to the UK.
    St. Helena is an overseas property of Great Britain, which apart from the island of St. Helena, includes the Ascension, Gof, Inaccessible, Nightingale (Nightingale) and Tristan da Cunha, as well as small islets and cliffs.

    Before the construction of the Suez Canal, the island was a strategic point for ships on their way to the Indian Ocean

    The population of St. Helena is small and remains loyal to Britain. Nevertheless, the tiny size and geopolitical insignificance of the island made many islanders accuse the British government of ignoring the island. The economy of the island has been monocultural for a long time, but now it is very weak and almost completely rests on the help of London.

    The island is widely known thanks to Napoleon Bonaparte, who here in exile spent his last years. The island's tourism industry is largely based on this aspect of the island's history. The two places where Napoleon lived and the valley in which he was buried are the territory of France.

  5. This is where Comrade Napoleon was exiled? United Kingdom.

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