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Historical Sites in Barbados

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Historical Sites in Barbados

Created Date 11.12.19
Last Updated 11.13.19
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  • I am the only surviving wind-driven machinery that ground the sugarcane in the 18th and 19th centuries. What am I?
  • I am one of the three remaining Jacobean style mansions in the Western Hemisphere. What am I?
  • In 1985, I was erected in honor of Barbados' largest slave revolt which occurred in 1816. What am I?
  • I am an abandoned surf resort located in the north. What am I?
  • I was constructed from lime stone boulders and plastered with sand, white lime, molasses and egg whites. What am I?
  • I was designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011 and encompassing with military installations dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. What am I?
  • Built on a hilltop, I am one of six the stations constructed after the 1816 Slave Rebellion. What am I?
  • I am the last remaining modern-day sugar factory in Barbados which produces cane into sugar for local and export purposes. What am I?
  • I was built around 1660 by one of the first settlers on the island and in late 1800’s and early 1900’s I was one of the four train stations in my parish. What am I?
  • I was built in commemoration of Barbados' first village for freed slaves after emancipation in 1834. What am I?
  • I belonged to Prince Ferdinando Paleologus around 1656 after he immigrated to Barbados after fighting for the Royalists during the English Civil war. What am I?