Bermuda consists of 181 islands in the North Atlantic Ocean and has a population of close to 64,000 as of 2020. It is a British Overseas Territory that self-governs internally and has its own constitution and legislation-making bodies, namely the Senate and House of Assembly.
Bermuda's capital city, Hamilton, is on Main Island. English is actually the official language, and the currency is the Bermuda dollar. The country's economy is primarily driven by tourism and international finance. Bermuda's gross national product (GNP) per capita is one of the highest throughout the world. High standards of health and education are also hallmarks of Bermuda's quality of life.