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Map of Trinidad and Tobago
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Chaconia

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Today
Sep 21
Capital
Port of Spain
Leader
President Anthony Carmona
Area (sq km)
5,128.00
Population
1,222,363
Language(s)
English, Caribbean Hindustani, and more
Literacy
98.60%
Currency
Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TTD)

"“Forged From the Love of Liberty"”

“"Forged From the Love of Liberty"” was adopted in 1962 as Trinidad and Tobago’'s national anthem, with lyrics and music by Patrick Stanislaus Castagne. The song was originally created to serve as an anthem for the West Indies Federation. It was adopted by Trinidad and Tobago following the Federation’'s dissolution in 1962.

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