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  • Tags: Historic sites - Jamaica

Stony Gut, Morant Bay, today

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Man standing amidst trees and shrubs at the historic Stony Gut site in Morant Bay, St. Thomas.

Stokes Hall

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Drawing of the Stokes Hall Great House in St. Thomas, Jamaica.

Stokes Hall

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A view of the Stokes Hall Great House in St. Thomas, Jamaica.

The King's House, Spanish Town

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Historic print of the old King's House in Spanish Town, St. Catherine. King's House was built in 1762 on the site of the Old Spanish Hall of Audience which was demolished in 1761.

The Jamaica Folk Museum, Spanish Town

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The Jamaican Folk Museum (later known as Jamaican Peoples' Museum) located in Spanish Town, St. Catherine. "This museum displays the folk crafts, arts and folk technology of Jamaica and includes tools, building, materials, ceramics, baskets,…

Town of Falmouth

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The town of Falmouth with a view of the Phoenix Foundry or 'The Dome', one of the oldest surviving industrial complexes in Jamaica. It is located at the corner of Harbour and Tharpe Streets in Falmouth, Trelawny.

A view of Kingston barracks

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A scene at the Kingston Barracks with soldiers and guests standing outside on the grounds.