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- Tags: Spanish Town (St. Catherine, Jamaica)
The row of brick arches supports a wooden veranda which has since been enclosed.
The window shades and louvres are typical architectural adaptations to Jamaica’s tropical climate.
The cast iron structure was manufactured in Rotherham, Yorkshire, and erected over the Rio Cobre in 1801.
"A view of the Maternity Ward at the Spanish Town Hospital which has been extended by 12 beds, increasing the bed capacity to 36."
The Portland Square bustling with activity. Also known as Market Square and Cenotaph Square by locals, the square features a cenotaph dedicated to the…