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- Tags: St. Catherine (Jamaica)
Probably constructed between the late 17th and mid 18th centuries, this building may never have been completed or occupied. The earliest known record of this mysterious building dates from 1896.
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.
Poster by the Jamaica Tourist Board with a close-up of a young woman's face and a hibiscus flower.