The singer Grace Jones was born in Jamaica on May 19th 1952.
St. Elizabeth in Jamaica was the first town to have electricity.
A vespa is an Italian-made motor scooter that many people ride around busy city streets on.
L. Frank Baum, the author of the Wizard of Oz, lived in Chittenago. The city now has a yellow brick road and many other Oz-themed businesses, including an annual Munchkin parade.
The prime minister serves as the head of government and is the one who runs the country.
Portsmouth is home to the oldest schoolhouse in the United States. The school was built in 1716.
Proportional to their weight, men are stronger than horses.
In Peninsular Malaysia, more tree species are found in 125 acres of Tropical Forest than in the entire North America.
A.D. (anno domini) is the Latin word for in the year of the Lord.
The word "trinity" is not mentioned in the Bible.