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Culture & Heritage

Burnt Point Fort in Bermuda, part of Bermuda's history

400 Years of Fascinating Bermudian History

For centuries, Bermuda has welcomed cultures from around the globe, straddled old worlds and new, and participated in some of history's most crucial moments. The result is a long and interesting story that continues to be told and celebrated today. Experience many parts of the story – from maritime heritage to British colonial traditions to colourful island customs – in Bermuda's historic churches, gardens, forts, estates, fashion, festivals and museums.

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Cathedral Of The Most Holy Trinity

29 Church St., City of Hamilton

Hamilton & Central Bermuda | Churches | Anglican

Rising dramatically above the pastel buildings of downtown Hamilton, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is a...

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St. James' Church

90 Somerset Rd., Sandys

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End | Churches

Completed in 1789 and built from Bermuda limestone, St. James’ Church strikes an imposing figure on Somerset Road in...

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St. Peter's Church

Queen St., St. George's

St. George's & the East End | Churches | Anglican | Historic Buildings & Landmarks | Independent Wedding Venues

Tour the oldest Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site...

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Unfinished Church

Duke of Kent St., St. George's

St. George's & the East End | Churches | Independent Wedding Venues

Dramatic archways and weathered grey stone contrast against vibrant tropical foliage at the Unfinished Church,...

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