The Barbados Parliament Buildings, otherwise known as the Public Buildings, act as the governmental seat for the entire island. For anyone interested in local history, government operation, or simply unique architecture, this set of historical landmarks is a must see before leaving the Caribbean.
Established in 1639, the Parliament Buildings weren't actually erected until the late 19th century. Located in Bridgetown, they're impossible to be mistaken for any other structure. The Gothic Architecture sets it out from other Caribbean buildings.
Renovations in the 20th century included an extended east wing and improved Senate Chamber. Captivating details such as stunning stained glass windows, green cast iron railings, and a prominent coral limestone clock tower ensure a visit here won't soon be forgotten.
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