Territorial Collectivity of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon is located in the north of the North American Continent, with a
population of 6,345, making it the 229th largest national population. Its capital and largest city is
Saint-Pierre with a total
population of 5,888. The country encompasses 242 square kilometers making it the 214th largest country in total area. It
shares boundaries with the North Atlantic Ocean.

President Francois Hollande of France is recognized as the Chief of State and achieves that status through popular vote and
holds that position for five years. He is represented by Prefect Patrice Latron. President of the Territorial Council Stephane
Artano is recognized as the Head of Government and achieves that status through election by members of the council and
holds that position for six years. Its form of government is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France and
they celebrate the creation of their constitution on 4th of October 1958.

The language commonly or officially spoken is French. It counts among its major religion Roman Catholic. As sources of
mass communication it has 1 AM and 4 FM.

Major geographical features are Morne de la Grande Montagne, its highest point at 240 meters and Atlantic Ocean, its
lowest point at 0 meters. Its principal waterway is Atlantic Ocean, which measures 120 kilometers of coastline.

Major industries providing for the bulk of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) are fish processing and supply base for
fishing fleets and tourism. Its official currency is Euro.

Here’s something you may not know about Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. First settled by the French in the early 17th century,
the islands represent the sole remaining vestige of France's once vast North American possessions.
Bottlenose dolphin off
the coast of Grand
Barachois
Tradtional cheese pie-
a favorite of
saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
Boys in traditional
clothing of Saint-Pierre
and Miquelon
Dans le port de
Saint-Pierre
Fishing fleet on
Saint- Pierre
Grand Colombier just
off of  the northern
coast of Saint-Pierre
Morne de la Grande  
Montagne on
Miquelon-  Saint-Pierre
and Miquelon's highest
point
Musee Heritage in
Saint-Pierre City
Houses in Saint Pierre
City
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L'Echo des Caps
Natural Arch off
Miquelon
Shipwreck Transpacific
off Miquelon
Sunset on the
Saint-Pierre's Atlantic
coast- the lowest point
of Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
SAINT-PIERRE
AND
MIQUELON
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Village of Ilebru
Cap de Miquelon-  the
northernmost point of
Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
Ile Verte- the
easternmost point of
Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
Footballers in
Saint-Pierre City- the
capital and largest city
in Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
Miquelon City
Pointe de Savoyard-
the southernmost point
of Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
Pointe Plate on
Miquelon- the
westernmost point of
Saint-Pierre and
Miquelon
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Langlade the most
geologically diverse
island of Saint-Pierre
and Miquelon