The Caribbean island of Grenada belongs to the Lesser Antilles, an archipelago north of the coast of Venezuela. Around 105,000 people live in the small island state of Grenada. The capital St. George’s, located on the southwest coast, has approx.
History The island was ruled by Caribbean Indians when it was discovered by Columbus in 1498. It was taken into European possession only in the 1650s through France. The years 1763–79 and 1783–1958, Grenada was a British colony and belonged