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St. Thomas ( pop 51,000) lies about 75 miles east of Puerto Rico at 18 north, 40 miles north of St Croix. 13 miles long and less than three miles wide, with an area of 32 square miles, St Thomas rises out of the sea to a range of hills that runs down its spine. The highest peak, Crown Mountain, is 1,550 feet, but on St Peter Mountain, 1,500 feet, is a viewpoint at Mountain Top. Various scenic roads can be driven, such as Skyline Drive (Route 40), from which both sides of the island can be seen simultaneously. This road continues west as St Peter Mountain Road, with a detour to Hull Bay on the north coast. Route 35, Mafolie Road, leaves the capital, Charlotte Amalie, heading north to cross the Skyline Drive and becomes Magens Bay Road, descending to the beautiful bay described below. It should be said that much of the island has been built upon, especially on its east half.

 

 

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