gvernase

bailivik gvernase
Bailliage de Guernesey
dhvaj kul chinh
raashtragaan: "gaud sev the queen" (aadhikaarik)
"serniya cheri" (un avsaron par aadhikaarik jab vishisht gaan ki aavashyakta hoti hai)
  ग्वेर्नसे  की स्थिति (गहरा हरा)
gvernase ki sthiti (gahra hara)
rajdhani seint Peter port
49°a27′aN 2°a33′aW / 49.45°aN 2.55°aW / 49.45; -2.55
raajabhaasha(eain) angreji (mukhyat:)
fraanseesi (vaidhaanik)
sarkaar british kireetaadheen kshetr
- raajya pramukh mahaaraani Elizabeth dviteeya, Duke of naarameindi
- lieutenant Governor sar faabiyn melabon
- bailif jyaafri raulaind
- mukhyamantri laindon trot
british kireetaadheen kshetr
- mukhyabhoomi naarameindi se alagaav
1204
- svatantrata
naaji Germany se

9 May 1945
kshetrafal
- kul 78 varg kilometer (223 vaan)
30.1 varg meal
- jal (%) 0
janasankhya
- July 2007 janaganana 65,573 (197 vaan)
sakal ghareloo utpaad (PPP) 2003 praakkalan
- kul $2.59 billion (176t vaan)
- prati vyakti $40,000 (9 vaan2)
maanav vikaas soochakaank (2008) 0.975[1]
bahut uchch · 9vaaain
mudra pound starling3 (GBP)
samay mandal jeeemati
- greeshmakaaleen (di॰ba॰asa॰) (yoo॰atee॰asee॰+1)
yaataayaat chaalan disha left
doorabhaash koot 44-1481
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1. Rank based on population density of the Channel Islands including Jersey.
2. 2003 estimate.
3. The States of Guernsey issue their own sterling coins and banknotes (see Guernsey pound).

bailivik gvernase english channel par naarameindi ke tat par sthit ek british kireetaadheen kshetr (kraaun dipeindeinsi) hai. gvernase ke dweep ke atirikt alderni, sarak, herm, jethooo, brechakyoooo, burhooo, lihooo aur anya dweep shaamil hain. haalaanki in sabhi dveepon ki raksha sanyukt raajashaahi (UK) ki jimmedaari hai, lekin gvernase usaka hissa naheen hai, balki aail of maan ki tarah alag kireetaadheen hai. gvernase Europeeya sangh ka bhi hissa naheen hai. gvernase dweep 10 paarishon mein vibhaajit hai. bailivik of jersey ke saath milkar yeh saamoohik taur par channel dweep samooh ke roop mein jaana jaata hai. gvernase saajha yaatra kshetr mein aata hai.

  1. Filling Gaps in the Human Development Index, United Nations ESCAP, February 2009