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Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay , Saint James Parish

Sam Sharpe is the Jamaican National Hero who led the Great Slave rebellion of Christmas 1831 before he was tried at the Old Court House of Montego...

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Half Way Tree, Kingston, Kingston Parish

This historic Court House is in the heart of Kingston, Jamaica. Built in 1807, it was used primarily by the Members of the Vestry to assemble for...

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Queen Street, Morant Bay, Portland Parish

Erected in 1895, this brick and stone building has two storeys and an upper verandah at the front and in the rear.

Billionaire businessman...

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Port Maria, Saint Mary Parish

The Port Maria Court House is one of the few historical buildings that display details from Goergian architecture in Jamaica. Orginally built in...

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Hope Road, Kingston 6, Kingston Parish

The official residence of the Governor-General since 1872, is a prime example of fine architecture and Jamaican heritage.
 

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Lime Hall, Saint Ann Parish

Boasting a stunning view of St. Ann's coast line, this Great House was built in 1740 and was listed as a pimento plantation in 1786. It also has...

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Mandeville, Manchester Parish

The Mandeville Court House was built in 1817. It was constructed in the Jamaica Georgian style with two storeys, the top floor having columns,...

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Mandeville, Manchester Parish

Designed by a Scottish architect named Forsyth around 1795 for the Boucher Family who have been said to be refugees from Haiti in 1792, the...

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Mandeville, Manchester Parish

Marshall's Pen Estate dates back some two hundred years to the first Provost General of Jamaica and it also was once a cattle property, which...

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Morant Bay, Saint Thomas Parish

Destroyed by a fire in 2007, the Morant Bay Court House was the scene of the one of the most pivotal moments in Jamaican History, the Morant Bay...

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