United States Virgin Islands are in Denmark and referred to as The former Danish West.
United States Virgin Islands ‘ national animal are bats and they are known for pollinating our favorite fruits to eating pesky insects to inspiring medical marvels, bats are heroes of the night
United States Virgin Islands are in North America, with a population of 25,987 people. Its’ capital is Oranjestad, and the currency is the Euro. The official language is English.
They celebrate many holidays including:
- New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
- Three Kings Day (Jan 6)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Date Varies)
- President’s Day (Date Varies)
- Transfer Day (Mar 31)
- Holy Thursday (Date Varies)
- Good Friday (Date Varies)
- Easter Monday (Date Varies)
- Memorial Day (Date Varies)
- Victory Day (May 8)
- Virgin Islands Emancipation Day (Jul 3)
- US Independence Day (Jul 4)
- Labor Day (Date Varies)
- D. Hamilton Jackson Day (Nov 1)
- Veteran’s Day (Jul 14)
- US Thanksgiving (Date Varies)
- Christmas Day (Dec 25)
The United States Virgin Islands does not have any world heritage sites, but it does have many nature areas, including:
- Virgin Islands National Park
- Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument
- Buck Island Reef National Monument
- Salt River Bay Historic Park and Ecological Preserve
Want to learn more? Check out the United States Virgin Islands’ tourism website!
Also check out the Saint Thomas Historical Trust Museum for extra information about the United States Virgin Islands!