What is a blank outline map of Antigua and Barbuda?
A blank outline map of Antigua and Barbuda is a map that shows the shape of the three islands but does not include any other details such as cities, divisions, roads, and bodies of water. You can use this stock illustration for coloring activities, learning the geography of the islands, as a reference for other maps, or adding to your blog or website.
File formats available
The Antigua and Barbuda blank map is available in three formats PDF, SVG, and PNG. The PDF format is the most common and can be viewed with a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. The SVG format is vector based and can be edited in any vector editing software. The PNG format is a bitmap image and can be used in any image editing software.
Is the outline map editable?
Antigua and Barbuda outline map is editable. You can edit a blank map by importing the SVG file into an interactive vector graphics editor, such as Corel draw, Adobe Illustrator, or Inkscape, that allows you to compose and edit vector graphics images. Afterward, you can customize the Antigua and Barbuda vector illustration to suit your needs.
Is the outline map printable?
The Antigua and Barbuda country map can be printed. To print the map, download it and grab the PDF format then follow these steps:
- Open the PDF file of the map.
- Click the print icon in the toolbar.
- From the newly appeared PDF document dialog box, select the paper printer you want to use, your Print Range, and the Number of Copies you wish to print.
- To print the map, click OK after making your selections.
How to download this vector map for free
You can download the vector map of Antigua and Barbuda for free from this page. The best part is that you don’t need to create an account. Simply click on the download button shown on the page and a zip file including all three formats, PDF, SVG, and PNG, will be downloaded.
A little bit about Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda’s history spans thousands of years, from the arrival of the Archaic people to the present. Prior to European colonization, three successive Amerindian cultures inhabited the region surrounding Antigua and Barbuda. England claimed the island in 1632 and settled it. As a result of English/British rule, both Britons and enslaved Africans migrated to the islands. A new state, Antigua and Barbuda, was established in 1981 after the islands gained independence.
The culture of Antigua and Barbuda exhibits classic creole characteristics. The style is a combination of Amerindian (Caribbean and Arawak), African (mainly West African), and European (predominantly British) cultural influences. There are many similarities between it and the cultures of its parents, but it also borrows influences from other Caribbean islands (like reggae from Jamaica).
Economy and infrastructure
Antigua and Barbuda’s economy is primarily service-based, with tourism and government services representing the most significant employment sources. A majority of its agricultural production is aimed at the domestic market; there is a shortage of water and a highly competitive labor market due to the higher wages offered by tourism and construction. Antigua has been diversifying its economy to lessen its vulnerability to natural disasters. There has been an increase in the importance of transportation, communications, and financial services. Antigua and Barbuda’s GDP per capita is 14,900.80 USD.
The road network in Antigua has been impressive since colonial times, primarily due to the country’s flat terrain. There are more than 250 kilometers of roads, 25 percent of which are highways. In the northeast of the island, V. C. Bird International Airport is the island’s only international airport. Several international airlines serve the airport. There is also an excellent seaport on Antigua, Heritage Quay Pier in St. John’s, the country’s capital, where containerized cargo can be handled with the latest equipment. Electrical power in Antigua comes from the state-owned Antigua Public Utility Authority (APUA). Antigua island has no hydroelectric plants or other generation plants, so all electricity is generated by oil.
Education in Antigua and Barbuda
The education of children between the ages of 5 and 16 is compulsory and free in Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua and Barbuda’s educational system is based on British principles. Schools begin their academic year in September and end in June. Throughout Antigua and Barbuda, the government covers all education costs, including supplies, transportation, and maintenance of school infrastructure.
Can you use this outline map for commercial purposes?
There is no cost for using the outline map of Antigua and Barbuda. It is permissible to copy, distribute, remix, transform, and build upon this work, including for commercial purposes. As a thank you, please credit Blank Maps Repo for providing royalty free vector maps of the world.