Guernsey BASIC INFOMATION
|LOCAL TIME||YOUR TIME|
|LOCAL TIME ZONE||TIMEZONE DIFFERENCE|
|UTC/GMT 0 HOURS|
|latitude / longitude|
|49°34'10 / 2°24'55|
|GG / GGY|
Norman-French dialect spoken in country districts
|St Peter Port|
|Guernsey banks list|
Guernsey (English: Bailiwick of Guernsey; French: Bailliage de Guernesey; sometimes translated as Guernesey) is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. It is located in the Channel Islands near the French coastline in the English Channel. The island forms the Bailiwick of Guernsey (Bailiwick of Guernsey). The administrative area has a total area of 78 square kilometers, a population of 6,5591 people (2006), and the capital is Saint Peter Port. It is one of the three kingdoms of Britain.
The second largest island in the British Channel Islands. It is 48 kilometers (30 miles) east of Normandy, France. It covers an area of 62 square kilometers (24 square miles). With Alderney (Alderney), Sark (Sark), Herm (Herm), Heat map (Jethou) and other islands form the Guernsey district (with an area of 78 square kilometers [30 square miles]). The capital of St. Peter Port (St. Peter Port).
Guernsey is divided into ten parishes:
1. Castel, with an area of 10.2 square kilometers (3.938 Square mile), population 8,975 (2001).
2, Forest (Forest), with an area of 4.11 square kilometers (1.587 square miles) and a population of 1,549 (2001).
3. St Andrew's parish (St Andrew), with an area of 4.51 square kilometers (1.741 square miles) and a population of 2,409 (2001).
4. St Martin, with an area of 7.34 square kilometers (2.834 square miles) and a population of 6,267 (2001).
5. The Diocese of St Peter Port (St Peter Port), with an area of 6.677 square kilometers (2.834 square miles) and a population of 16,488 (2001).
6. St Pierredu Bois Diocese (St Pierredu Bois), with an area of 6.257 square kilometers (2.416 square miles) and a population of 2,188 (2001).
7. St Sampson Diocese (St Sampson), with an area of 6.042 square kilometers (2.333 square miles) and a population of 8,592 (2001).
8. St Saviour Diocese (St Saviour), with an area of 6.378 square kilometers (2.463 square miles), and a population of 2,696 (2001).
9. Torteval Diocese (Torteval), with an area of 3.115 square kilometers (1.203 square miles) and a population of 973 (2001).
10. Vale, an area of 8.951 square kilometers (3.456 square miles), and a population of 9,573 (2001).