Parham Peninsula

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Location
17°07'37"N
061°45'18"W
Country
 Antigua and Barbuda
Categories
  • Nature
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Crabbs Peninsula is a long narrow finger of land which extends from the northeast coast of Antigua. It lies between Long Island and Guana Island, the fourth and fifth largest islands of Antigua and Barbuda. The small settlement of Parham lies close to the base of the peninsula.
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