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The US Virgin Islands (USVI), in which the legacies of Danish ownership are very apparent, contain three main islands: St Thomas, St John and St Croix, lying about 40 miles east of Puerto Rico. There are 68 islands in all, although most of them are uninhabited. They have long been developed as holiday centers for US citizens and because of that are distinct from the British Virgin Islands, which have only recently started to develop their tourist potential. The population, mainly black, has always been English-speaking, despite the long period of Danish control, although some Spanish is in use, particularly on St Croix. The West Indian dialect is mostly English, with inflections from Dutch, Danish, French, Spanish, African languages and Créole.

 

 

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