Virgin Islands of the United States
geographical name the W islands of the Virgin Islands group including St. Croix, St. John, & St. Thomas; a territory capital Charlotte Amalie (on St. Thomas Island) area 132 square miles (343 square kilometers), population 108,612 — see Danish West Indies

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