Government House, Port of Spain


For one of the Caribbean colonies, Trinidad was unusually large and so its influence and importance to the British Empire was strong throughout its colonial period. This photograph gives an indication of its relative importance by the size and grandeur of the island's Government House. Picture courtesy of the The Caribbean Photo Archive


Trinidad and Tobago




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