Jamaica, which is located in the Caribbean, has Kingston as a capital. The English is the official language of the country as it has been colonized by the Spanish and the English during the seventeenth century. Today, close to one million Jamaican people lives in the United Kingdom.
[...] Londoners do also participate and it creates a great unity. In an other hand, many tourists also come to visit this small country. In Jamaica, they may play golf, visit museums like the National Gallery or the Bob Marley Museum as he's still an icon of the island or event the Mud Palace Gallery presenting ethnical Jamaican Art. You may also visit some caves, but most of the tourists do sunbathe as it remains one of the essential reasons for visiting Jamaica. [...]
[...] Today, close to one million of Jamaican people live in the United Kingdom. As a consequence, there is a strong relationship between these two countries. For example, every year, on August 6th, in the United Kingdom, Jamaican people do celebrate the Independance Day of 1962. Many people of the Jamaican community walk in the streets carrying the Jamaican flag and colours. Another event, the Notting Hill Carnival, which first took place in 1966, is a joyful celebration. Two million people celebrate it each year as this is the European biggest party. [...]
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