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Walk down the lanes of history

Exploring some of Jamaica’s monuments

Published:Sunday | August 1, 2021 | 1:33 AM
A section of Fort Charlotte in Lucea, Hanover.
A section of Fort Charlotte in Lucea, Hanover.
2017: A cannon at the Rodney Memorial building,  Emancipation Square in Spanish Town, St Catherine.
2017: A cannon at the Rodney Memorial building, Emancipation Square in Spanish Town, St Catherine.
2014: The St. Jago Cathedral in Spanish Town.
2014: The St. Jago Cathedral in Spanish Town.
2017: May Pen Clock Tower in Clarendon.
2017: May Pen Clock Tower in Clarendon.
2006: The spot at Blenheim, which once housed the birth place of former Prime Minister and National Hero Sir Alexander Bustamante.
2006: The spot at Blenheim, which once housed the birth place of former Prime Minister and National Hero Sir Alexander Bustamante.
2014 - Devon House.
2014 - Devon House.
2018: The Ward Theatre.
2018: The Ward Theatre.
2013: A monument erected in honour of Tacky, leader of the 1760 Eastern Rebellion in St Mary.
2013: A monument erected in honour of Tacky, leader of the 1760 Eastern Rebellion in St Mary.
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Jamaica, as our founding fathers said, is a land which is out of many, one people. Dotted across the island are buildings that are reminiscent of the history of Jamaica. We showcase some of them.

Photos sourced from Gleaner Archives.

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