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- Tags: Architecture, Georgian - Jamaica
Georgian architecture building in Spanish Town, housing the Courthouse on the lower level and Town Hall on the upper level.
This 18th century Georgian house has been captioned as "Springvale" in Trelawny. The entire plantation stretches from western St James into eastern Trelawny.
A Georgian Building now housing the offices of the St. Catherine Parish Council.
Old House of Assembly, showing later modifications to the upper floor.
This 18th Century Georgian façade survived the fire of 1925 which destroyed most of the building.
Photograph of Flat Bridge in the Bog Walk Gorge, St. Catherine.