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Trinidad and Tobago Facts Info Stuff (TT):

Trinidad and Tobago Latitude Facts: 10.5708910891089 and Trinidad and Tobago Longitude Facts: -61.3315841584158

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Trinidad and Tobago Regions are: Arima Caroni Mayaro Nariva Port-of-Spain Saint Andrew Saint David Saint George Saint Patrick San Fernando Tobago Victoria

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook