Trinidad and Tobago Webcams

Once a Spanish colony, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is now one of the most significant states of the Caribbean. English is the language commonly spoken here, but you can also find people speaking Spanish. In its neighborhood lie the states of Barbados, Guyana, Venezuela and Grenada. The economy of the twin islands depends strongly on the industry. Petroleum and petrochemical products are the main industries here. Trinidad and Tobago gained its independence from the UK in 1962 and later became a republic in 1976. The discovery of oil and gas gave a tremendous boost to the economy, while the tourism industry also serves well. The islands are well known for their tourism value and are always brimming with tourists throughout the year. You can find some of the top resorts and hotels in the Caribbean here as well. Cricket and carnival have been the passion as well as the fashion of people living here.

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