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Trinidad and Tobago is an independent state in the southern Caribbean, lying only 11 km off Venezuela's coast. The country has around 1 million inhabitants and is made up by the bigger islands Trinidad and Tobago, and 21 smaller islands. The capital is called Port-of-Spain. The islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498. Trinidad and Tobago was a Spanish colony from around 1400 until the British arrived in 1797. The official language on Trinidad and Tobago is English.
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