1. La Soufriere on Guadeloupe, and on St. Vincent
2. Cuba, 44,218 Sq. Miles; second is Hispaniola at 29,355 sq. miles
3. Only one sea is bigger, the Mediterranean, and then only if you include the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov in the area of the Mediterranean.
4. The Caribbean is fourth: the Pacific's deepest known point is 36, 198 feet; the Atlantic's is 30,246; the Indian Ocean's is 24,460; and the deepest known point in the Caribbean is at 22,788 feet (over four miles deep)
5. Trinidad & Tobago; St. Vincent & The Grenadines; Antigua & Barbuda; St. Kitts & Nevis; Turks & Caicos.
6. Puerto Rico -- US; Dominica -- Independent; Barbados -- Independent; Guadeloupe -- France; Aruba -- Netherlands; Martinique -- France; Montserrat -- UK; Anguilla -- UK.
9. They are matched up.
10. St. John's -- Antigua & Barbuda; St. Georges -- Grenada; Kingston -- Jamaica; Kingstown -- St. Vincent & the Grenadines; Bridgetown -- Barbados; Road Town -- British Virgin Islands; George Town -- Cayman Islands; Jamestown -- Turks & Caicos; Port au Prince -- Haiti; Port of Spain -- Trinidad & Tobago; Fort de France -- Martinique; Basseterre -- St. Kitts & Nevis; Basse-Terre -- Guadeloupe
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