Antigua and Barbuda
Two islands so similar they are called twins are located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The islands of Antigua and Barbauda are separated by a few nautical miles and are in the middle of the Leeward Islands, part of what's know as the Lesser Antilles. There are many famous landmarks on the islands including St. Johnís Cathedral, Nelsonís Dockyard, and St. Peterís Church. Cricket is the most popular sport there. The 2007 Cricket World Cup was held on the islands at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Football is also popular. The national football is a part of the CONCACAF conference. As far as education, Antigua and Barbuda is the home to American University of Antigua, and the University of Health Sciences- Antigua.
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