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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BAZODEEMAG
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.40%. The average number of likes per post is 75 and the average number of comments is 1.
60.2% of the followers that engaged with bazodeemag regularly are from Barbados, followed by Jamaica at 15.31% and United States at 4.08%. In summary, the top 5 countries of bazodeemag's posts engager are coming from Barbados, Jamaica, United States, Canada, Guadeloupe.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BAZODEEMAG
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF BAZODEEMAG
- Barbados 60.2 %
- Jamaica 15.31 %
- United States 4.08 %
- Canada 2.04 %
- Guadeloupe 2.04 %
FLASHBACK FRIDAY: The Public Buildings, also know as Parliament Buildings, being built in 1872. Before this, parliament was held in many different areas of Bridgetown, most notably in Codd’s House on Coleridge Street which was destroyed in the early 1980s. After the Bridgetown Fire of 1860 which created the New Burnt District, this area was bought by the government and used to construct the Parliament Buildings and improve Trafalgar Square (now Heroes Square and The Cage). The Parliament of Barbados is the third oldest legislature in the Western Hemisphere. #bazodeemag #barbados #tb #throwback #bridgetown #publicbuilding #parliament #history #oldphotos #oldtimebarbados
Wharfside at the Careenage in Bridgetown circa 1909, along what is now Wharf Road. Sugar was placed in hogsheads (large casks), while rum and molasses were placed in casks, and taken down to the wharf at the Careenage to be placed in lighters (large shallow-draft rowing boats) to be taken out to ships waiting in Carlisle Bay. #barbados #history #Bridgetown #careenage #wharf #carlislebay #tbt #throwback #throwbackthursday #tb #oldphotos #oldtimebarbados
Nuff people like to play big fashion and pull ranks but really ain saying nuttin. #bazodeemag #barbados #bajanisms
The PUBLIC is advised that this is the ONLY authorized Go fund Me account for Mr Dexter Stewart aka Blaxx. We thank everyone for their continued support as he is hospitalized with lung and kidney issues. Your donations in any size is most appreciated and we will ensure that he gets all the love and support you give. We thank you for the years of love and look forward to him being back on his feet. This account is necessary as many international persons have expressed their want to support. Sincerely management.
Pronounced as “cravishous”. When you are described as “cravichous” it’s definitely not a compliment. Again it’s always interesting to learn where words and phrases may have come out of West African languages. #bazodeemag #barbados #bajanisms #bajan #igbo #igbokwenu #yoruba #westafrican #language #westafrica #history #language
For those eager to celebrate the Christmas season, Blended has announced their Blended Soirée on Boxing Day, with more info to be revealed at a later date. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ablendedevening #blendedevents #soirée #boxingdaysoirée #ablendedsoirée #aneveningwithfriends #soiréeentreamis #bourgeoisie #foodinclusive #cocktails #cabanas #premium
Next year ain’t put down but we still can count and hope. #bazodeemag #cropover #barbados #kadooment #kadoomentkountdown
FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Train crossing Long Pond, St. Andrew circa 1898. The Barbados Railway eventually closed in 1937 due to financial difficulties. #barbados #history #oldphotos #barbadosrailway #tb #throwback #fbf #flashbackfriday #oldtimebarbados
THROWBACK THURSDAY: an old picture of firemen and Fire Station No. 2 based in Bridgetown, believed to be around the early 1900s @bajanfirefighters. The Central Fire Brigade House was located at the corner of James and Coleridge Streets and was founded in 1858 as part of the police force. Fire carts were drawn by men or one or two horses. They were fitted with steam pumps that pumped water to douse fires. Motorized vehicles were added in the 1920s. By the 1900s there were 6 fire stations around the city. Fires had ravaged the city in times before, such as one in 1845 which destroyed ten acres in lower Bridgetown creating the ‘Burnt District’, seen today in the open space of Jubilee Garden and the Lower Green Bus Stand, and one in 1860 creating the ‘New Burnt District’ at the other end of Bridgetown, which was eventually turned into the Parliament Buildings and the then Trafalgar Square. The Fire service became autonomous, separating from the Police in 1955 and moved over to Probyn Street. #barbados #history #oldtimebarbados #oldphotos #tbt #throwback #throwbackthursday #firefighter #firefighters #blackfirefighters #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonthuk #bridgetown
There are two “wait you get big as ever/you get so big” greetings that Bajans like to give. This is the only acceptable one. It’s also interesting to see where our words and language come from and how even simple things we say have roots in our African history. #bazodeemag #barbados #bajanisms #bajan #language #culture #igbo #igbokwenu #westafrican #edo #history
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