The parish of Hamilton is located in the northwest of the country of Bermuda and covers an area of approximately six square kilometres. It is named after the Scottish aristocrat James Hamilton.
The parish consists of two large tracts of land that are separated by the Harrington Sound and also includes the small islands located within the Sound.
The summers are hot and humid, and the area is further warmed due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. Winters are mild with occasional rainfall.
The population of Hamilton is about 4,800. More than half of the inhabitants are of African origin, although there is a substantial European population as well.
Bermuda’s culture is a smorgasbord of the various cultures that it has been influenced by such as the British, the Afro-Caribbean and the American.
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