Are There Any Countries of the British Empire Today?
Countries that are in the British Empire today include Falkland Islands, Anguilla, Bermuda, Gibraltar, Montserrat, Pitcairn Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands, the Virgin Islands, St. Helena Islands and Cayman Islands. These places are also known as British Overseas Territories.
Pitcairn Islands include Oeno, Ducie, Henderson and Pitcairn islands. Located in the South Pacific, the country’s capital is Adamstown. The Virgin Islands are also called as BVI or British Virgin Islands to differentiate them from the Virgin Islands owned by the U.S. Nevertheless, BVI’s official currency is the U.S. Dollar. Its capital is Road Town. Due to the physical location of Dhekelia and Akrotiri, they are not classified as territories or countries though, being part of the British Empire.