Category:British Caribbean

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The term British Caribbean refers to the overseas territories of the United Kingdom that are located in the Caribbean and their inhabitants. It refers to Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat, and the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is frequently extended to Bermuda bordering the region, despite the Bermuda is a bit far from the Caribbean Sea. It is not a formal subdivision of the Kingdom, but only a geographic region.

British West Indies 
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24° 00′ 00″ N, 71° 00′ 00″ W
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Indias Occidentales Británicas (es); Antilles britanniques (fr); Bresku Vestur-Indíur (is); Британски Западни Инди (mk); Britská Západní Indie (cs); Британская Вест-Индия (ru); Hindia Barat British (ms); Indie Occidentali Britanniche (it); British West Indies (de); Índias Ocidentais Britânicas (pt); Брытанская Вест-Індыя (be); هند غربی بریتانیا (fa); 從英國獨立 (zh); Britų Vakarų Indijos (lt); 영국령 서인도 제도 (ko); 英領西インド諸島 (ja); British Wes Indiz (jam); Brittiska Västindien (sv); British West Indies (ceb); Hindia Barat Britania (id); איי הודו המערבית הבריטיים (he); Brits-West-Indië (nl); 英屬加勒比地區 (zh-hant); 英属加勒比地区 (zh-cn); برطانوی غرب الہند (ur); Brittiläinen Länsi-Intia (fi); British West Indies (en); Britaj Antiloj (eo); 英属加勒比地区 (zh-hans); Karibe anglofóniko (pap) Indie occidentali britanniche (it); イギリス領西インド諸島, 西インド諸島 (ja); Antilles britaniques, Antilles Britanniques (fr); British West Indies (sv); БЗИ (mk); Britské Antily (cs); West-Indies, West-indies, West Indies, Brits West-Indië, Brits-West-Indie, Brits West-Indie (nl); 英屬西印度 (zh-hant); 英属西印度 (zh-cn); Britisch Westindien (de); 英領西印度群島, 英屬西印度群島 (zh); BWI (en); Indias Occidentales Britanicas, Antillas británicas (es); 英属西印度 (zh-hans); Anglijos Vakarų Indijos, Britų Vest Indijos (lt)


This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.