Historical Sites and Caves2020-03-16T12:41:23-03:00
Bermuda is a country rich in history, dating back to 1609. From stunning forts to picturesque lighthouses, historical reenactments and heritage museums; not to mention the historic Towne of St. George, a UNESO World Heritage site, there is something for any history fanatic.

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Royal Naval Dockyard

Built by Royal decree to defend British superiority on the seas, today it is a resplendent place of discovery.

Government House

This imposing structure is the official residence of Bermuda‰'s governor, who represents H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Completed in 1892, Government House was designed by Scottish architect William Hay, whose best-known

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse began its job on May 1, 1846 and has been flashing out its beam to seafaring men ever since first by the use of kerosene, and finally

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