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Discover national archives in Spanish Town

  • Located twelve miles west of Kingston, Spanish Town was the capital of Jamaica from 1534 to 1872. It houses incredible architectural jewels of the colonial era. You can visit the former British House Assembly, the archeological Museum with its sumptuous façade, the St Jago de la Vega Anglican cathedral, and the former royal stables transformed into a handicraft museum. Also, take a look at the Arawak ...
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Jamaica

Located twelve miles west of Kingston, Spanish Town was the capital of Jamaica from 1534 to 1872. It houses incredible architectural jewels of the colonial era. If you travel to Spanish town, you can visit the former British House Assembly, the archeological Museum with its sumptuous façade, the St Jago de la Vega Anglican cathedral, and the former royal stables transformed into a handicraft museum. Also, take a look at the Arawak museum, a vivid depiction of the first people of the island.

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