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A front view of a house built in the 18th century, located in Mannings Hill in St. Andrew. There are awning over each of the eight front windows and there is a two-way staircase leading to a small porch.
This 18th century Georgian house has been captioned as "Springvale" in Trelawny. The entire plantation stretches from western St James into eastern Trelawny.
Old two-storey dwelling along East Street, Kingston. The building is showing signs of disrepair such as missing bricks and damaged to windows and the wooden frame.
Large palm trees leading to a sugar planter's dwelling at the Serge Island Estate in St. Thomas, Jamaica.
Ruins of Leonard Howell's great house located at Pinnacle in the hills of St. Catherine. The Rastafarian community at Pinnacle was started by Leonard…