The capital and largest city of Puerto Rico is San Juan. San Juan is located in northern Puerto Rico and covers an area of about 80 square miles. The city had an estimated population of about 400,000 people as of 2010. More »

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Puerto Rico identifies the Puerto Rican coqui, a small tree frog, as its national symbol. The coqui, an amphibian living in Puerto Rico's rainforests, reaches an adult size between one and two inches, making these frogs ... More »

The first, second and third-largest cities in Puerto Rico are San Juan, Bayamon and Carolina, respectively. Other major cities in Puerto Rico are Ponce, Caguas and Guaynabo. More »

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Consisting of around two thirds of Puerto Rico's population as of 2014, Roman Catholicism is the major religion, although Protestant Christianity is also a common religion, with more than 25 percent of the territory's pe... More »

It takes around 5 1/2 to seven hours to drive around the island of Puerto Rico. The island is 100 by 39 miles, with a perimeter of 278 miles. The average speed limit is 55 miles per hour as of 2015. More »

The major rivers of Puerto Rico are the La Plata River, the Río Grande de Loíza, the Bayamón River and the Río Grande de Arecibo. All the major rivers of Puerto Rico flow northward over the mountains to the Atlantic Ocea... More »

The natural resources of Puerto Rico include minerals, stone, sand, ocean waters, tree and crude oil. Another natural resource is the fertile land that is used to grow various crops. Puerto Rico's natural resources are a... More »