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People, Languages & Religions in St Maarten


Despite its small size, over 117 nationalities reside in both St Martin and St Maarten, including Antillians, French, Dutch, Americans, Indians, Spanish and British.


Dutch is the official language of St Maarten, but English spoken everywhere. Papiamento – a mixture of elements of Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Native American, French, English, and various African languages – and other languages such as Spanish, Creole Patois, Italian and German are also spoken.


In French St Martin, the most popular religion is Roman Catholicism. Dutch St Maarten favours Protestant denominations, particularly Methodism. The island also has small Jewish and Seventh-day Adventist communities.





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