Guyana is a nation located on the North Atlantic coast of South America. It has international borders with Venezuela, Suriname, and Brazil and shares maritime borders with Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. Its capital and biggest city, Georgetown, is recognized for British colonial architecture, which includes the tall, timber-painted St. George's Anglican Cathedral.
Guyana covers 214,969 sq km, and it is the third smallest nation in South America. Guyana's population is 748,000 people, and it's the only South American country that speaks English as its official language. Other languages spoken by some citizens include Guyanese Creole (Arawak and Caribbean languages) and Hindi.