Islands People Cultures
The twin Island state of Antigua and Barbuda are located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The Islands are surrounded by some of the best white, brown, and pink sand beaches in the Caribbean.
Antigua Barbuda: Of all the Islands in the Caribbean, Antigua and Barbuda is where land and sea make beauty. Explore the site and learn all about the government, economy, infrastructure, politics, people, cultures, and society.
Redonda Island: Redonda is an isolated, precipitous island circled by sheer cliffs which fall almost perpendicularly for nearly a thousand feet into the sea beneath the summit on the western side.
Historical Sites: View photos of the Antigua landscape, historic structures, national monuments, colonial relics, landmarks, and places recognized and designated by the government as Antigua and Barbuda Historical sites.
National Symbols: The images displayed on the court of arms represent Antigua and Barbuda's National symbols. They include some of the natural elements, indigenous plants, animals, objects, and landmarks of important significance to the history of Antigua and Barbuda.
Antigua Timeline: A look at the Islands back in time. The document is a accurate historical record of important dates, time, people and significant events in the history of Antigua and Barbuda dating back to the fourteen century.
Antigua Pre History: Prehistory is a written documentary that chronicles the arrival and history of the Ciboney, Arawak, and Carib Indians, the first Indigenous groups of migrating people to inhabit and settled on Antigua and Barbuda.
Antigua Maritime History: The histories of these two Islands relationship was written by several authors and compiled in a documentary about the history, maritime trade and commerce between English Harbor Antigua, and Newport Harbor in Rhode Island, USA.
Antigua Political History: Informative articles about the government, political parties, trades and labor unions, VC. Bird, and a record of the history of elections in Antigua Barbuda.
Antigua Steel Bands History: Steel Band Clash is an open-air recorded album of three 16-man oil drum orchestras from Antigua composed of 55-gallon oil drums, maracas, gourd, and 15kc cricket chorus.