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Clifton Heritage Park

  Did you know that the Clifton heritage site dates back to more than 220 years ago? The property was originally owned by a Loyalist that left the Americas for the Bahamas by the name of John Wood. Its recorded that Mr Wood moved to Nassau and purchased land to …

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Parliament Buildings

¬† Did you know that the parliament buildings were built by the loyalist between 1790 and 1815 which makes the buildings between 174-199 years old, the middle building is said to have started at about the same time as the gaol but being smaller the gaol was completed first. Those …

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The Public Library

Located far behind the Parliament Buildings of Bay street is a weird looking building that many will walk by with out taking a second glance. This building¬† however has a history spanning further back than all the buildings in front of it. This is the Public Library of Nassau.   …

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A West End Move – Grand Bahama photos

Island Hopping and capturing Bahamas photos When you begin to Island hop you tend to notice alot of things that are alike in different settlements throughout the Bahamas and you also learn the subtle differences of each settlement. West End Grand Bahama is no different. Its a small fishing village …