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A Walking Tour of St. George's


Grenada’s National Museum on Young Street is situated at the corner of Young and Monckton Streets. Built in 1704 by the French, is one of the oldest structures in the town of St. George and some of the walls formed part of an army barracks. Later in the century, the British used it as a prison until the Richmond Hill prison was built. The Museum houses artifacts from Carib times up to present and a rich collection of Grenada’s history.

Christ of The Deep Monument, the Italian Cruise liner, “Bianca ‘C’, accidentally caught fire and sank in the St. George’s harbour in 1961. A statue entitled “ Christ of the Deep” stands prominently on the harbour commemorating the courage of the Grenadian people who saved the lives of the passengers on board the vessel.

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