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Our youngest black female billionaire

Rihanna

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English landed here

Jamestown

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Gem of the Caribbean sea
Want nothing with we

I am a Bajan, I'm a Bajan

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Named after a USA president

George Washington House

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What is this?

Flag of Barbados pre-independence

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Father of Independence

Errol Barrow

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Oldest Rum distillery

Mount Gay Rum

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The funniest thing you every heard is to hear her calling, Tray so pack down to the brim, but not a chance of falling.

I never seen a thin one yet, they always fat as hell, I believe at night when they get home they does eat what they don’t sell.

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Sugar factory located in St. Joseph

Andrew's Sugar Factory

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Designed the National Flag of Barbados

Grantley Prescood

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First female governor general

Dame Nita Barrow

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The largest swamp on the island

Graeme Hall

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If ya proud to be a Bajan
Put all ya flags up
Put all ya flags up
And if ya represent we nation
Let me see flags up
Let me see flags up

We representing blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue
We representing blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue

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Tallest building in Barbados

Central Bank

300

Arranged the national anthem of Barbados

Roland Edwards

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First black woman to own a hotel in Barbados

Rachel Pringle

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Oldest College of its type in the Western Hemisphere

Codrington College

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Walk holy, walk holy ! Walk holy, my God is Holy

O Zion's children, walk holy! O Zion's children, walk holy!

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Infamous place of worship

Jewish synagogue

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Wrote the national pledge of Barbados

Lester Vaughn

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One of the Founding Fathers of The West Indies Federation

Grantley Adams

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The movie "Island in the Sun" was filmed here

Farley Hill

500

So I, I will live in love let love live in me and I ask for the Father's heart so I can see that you and every single human being

You're a king yes you're a queen but firstly you're my friends and family

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The oldest building of its type in the Western Hemisphere

Parliament Building

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Describe the coat of arms

The Golden Shield carries two Pride of Barbados flowers (the National Flower) and the Bearded Fig Tree (after which Barbados is named). The shield is supported by a dolphin (symbolic of the fishing industry) and by a pelican (after a small island called Pelican Island which existed off Barbados).

Above the shield is a helmet and mantling and above is a hand of a Barbadian holding two crossed pieces of sugarcane (symbolic of the Barbados sugar industry). The cross formed by the cane is a reference to the cross on which St.Andrew was crucified - Barbados' Independence Day is celebrated on November 30th, Saint Andrews Day.

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