Bermuda, a British autonomous area in the western North Atlantic. The population of Bermuda is 65,441. The area is 53.2 square kilometers. Hamilton is the capital of Bermuda's British overseas territories. English is the official language of Bermuda. About three-fifths of the inhabitants is occupied of African ancestry, counting migrants from the West Indies or their posterities, Cape Verde, and from the New World or other parts of Africa before the British proclaimed the ban on the slave trade in 1807. White descendants of slaves (people of European descent) make up one-third of the population, including people of British and American descent as well as descendants of Portuguese workers who immigrated to the Bermuda islands of Madeira and the Azores since the mid-19th century.
Bermuda is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, near the western edge of the Salzador Sea, about 580 nautical miles (1070 km) southeast of Cape Hatteras in the North Carolina Confederation, about 590 nautical miles (1100 km) southeast of Martha's Vineyard. The island is located east of Fripe Island, South Carolina. It has a coast of 103 kilometers. Bermuda is a deep-lying ocean island with a chain of four main islands surrounded by hundreds of small islands totaling 5,370 hectares. The gentle hills can grow up to 79 m. Bermuda is located on the southeastern edge of a large lagoon formed by the demolition of one of the three extinct volcanic peaks that make up the Bermuda Seamount, some 4,000 meters from the seabed. These islands have a total coastline of 290 kilometers and are also surrounded by several large offshore pools.
Bermuda Triangle Map
The "Bermuda or Devil's Triangle" is a fantasy area on the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States, which is often responsible for the unexplained loss of ships, boats and aircraft. The vertices of the triangle are commonly referred to as Bermuda, Miami, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.