Officially, the Bahamas is identified as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, a Caribbean archipelago in the West Indies' northwest. The country shares maritime boundaries with the United States, Haiti, Cuba, and the Turks and Caicos Islands. It covers 13,943 sq km, which makes the island chain almost Montenegro's size or scarcely smaller than Connecticut.
The population of the country is around 397,000 people. Nassau is the political capital as well as the commercial hub in the Bahamas. Its spoken (official) language is English. The traditional structure of fishing and small farming in the southeastern islands notably prevails in some villages.
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