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Parliament Square

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  • Parliament Square
Must See Parliament Square

A two-minute walk from The Port lies Parliament Square. The pink and white buildings adorning the square were constructed in 1815 by Loyalists and perfectly depicts the colonial architecture of old Nassau. The House of Assembly, The Senate and the Supreme Court all occupy buildings in Parliament Square and these buildings are still used today. At the center of the Square sits a statue of Queen Victoria. Funds donated by the Public led to placement of this statue in 1905.


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