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Posted 11 months ago by Admin31

Stabroek Market. The Stabroek Market area is easily the busiest such place in the city, always bustling with people and activity. It is a central...

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No trip to Georgetown would be complete without a visit to the Botanical Gardens – one of Georgetown’s popular recreation parks. The Botanical Gardens houses...

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The Promenade Gardens is located on a portion of what was once a field known as Parade Ground, where slaves convicted of being involved in...

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The Guyana National Museum is located on North Road in a building complex which opened in 1951. The Museum’s collections were housed previously in the...

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Posted 11 months ago by Admin31

Umana Yana is located on High Street, Kingston, Georgetown. The word Umana Yana is an indigenous term used by the Wai Wai Amerindians to describe...

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Located at the head of Brickdam, along Vlissingen Road, D’Urban Backlands is the 1763 Monument. This structure was built to commemorate the 1763 rebellion also...

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Approximately 16 km from the mouth of the mighty Essequibo River is Fort Island. On this island are two structures: Fort Zeelandia and the Court...

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Fort Kyk-Over-Al is located at the confluences of the Essequibo, Mazaruni and Cuyuni Rivers. The fort was established on a 6070 square metres (1.5 acres)...

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Fort Nassau was established in 1627 as a Dutch trading post. The remains of the fort is located approximately 88 kilometres (55 miles), from the...

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Shell Beach in Guyana is one of the best places to visit to experience these ancient giants coming up on shore to lay their eggs....

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