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Jamaica
Jamaica is an island country in the Caribbean Sea south of Cuba. Kingston is the capital and the largest city. Jamaica has a mountainous backbone that extends across the island from the west and rises to the Blue Mts. in the east.

Other than Kingston the major cities of this country include Spanish Town and Montego Bay. Jamaica's most important export crop is sugarcane, along with coffee, bananas, citrus fruits, ginger, cocoa, pimento, and tobacco. Jamaica's internationally known resort areas are Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Negril.



Stadium for Cricket World Cup 2007: Sabina Park and Trelawny Stadium

Capacity: 21,000 and 25,000 seats respectively

Matches: Opening Match; Opening Round; Semi Final. (Sabina Park)
Warm up & Opening Ceremony. (Trelawny Stadium)

Status: Major renovation under construction. (Sabina Park)
New stadium under construction in partnership with the People’s Republic of China. (Trelawny Stadium)



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