What is the Latitude and Longitude on Virgin Islands (US)?
Latitude of Virgin Islands (US) is:18° 20' N and Longitude of Virgin Islands (US) is: 64° 50'W
Virgin Islands (US) are an organized, unincorporated United States territory located in the Caribbean waters and form an insular area of United States. These islands form a part of Virgin Islands archipelago. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493, this part of the Virgin Islands has been a US territory since 1917. Before that, it had been a Danish colony for close to 2 centuries.
Virgin Islands (US) are located in Leeward Islands of Lesser Antilles. These islands are spread over an area of 346.36 square kilometres. the four main islands of the territory are Saint Thomas, Saint John, Saint Croix, and Water Island. According to the 2010 census, a population of 109,750 lives in the country. Charlotte Amalie is the capital and the largest city in the islands.
Beautiful white sand beaches decorate these islands. Most of the islands in this archipelago are volcanic in origin. The most elevated peak in the hilly islands of the United States Virgin Islands is Saint Thomas in Crown Mountains at a height of 1555 feet. The tropical climate of the islands is moderated by the trade winds blowing from the ocean. The temperature, which is much to the liking of the inhabitants and the tourists alike, varies little with changing seasons.
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