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Very old architecture which is over 200 years old. They are modeled after some buildings in North Carolina. There is a statue of Queen Victoria in the front courtyard. The area is nicely decorated for the Christmas Season.
Spend a few minutes to look around the square, dominated by pink-coloured buildings and a large statue of Queen Victoria. Two plaques on a nearby wall remind visitors that the colonial history of The Bahamas dates back to the 1600s (if you disregard the landing...More
Parliament Square was part of our own Nassau downtown tour. Wouldn't miss it.
If you aren't interested in history you can miss it and just get over to drinks, shopping and party in Nassau as a lot of cruise ship travellers do.
It always amazes us to see the three pink buildings which comprise the Parliament Square. We remind ourselves that pink is an OK color in the tropics. Marble or gray is not always required. Bahamas remain part of the British Commonwealth and they follow the...More
My wife and I walked to Parliament Square following our walking tour of downtown Nassau.
It is a beautifully collection of government buildings, around a square with cannon and statue of Queen Victoria.
Worth the walk to see the seat of government in Nassau.
We were on our 6th Disney Cruise and we always take a nice little walk into Nassau, if we have no other plans. This time we did a glass bottom boat tour right from the docks by the ship so when we returned we just...More
It is a bit of a walk from the #10 bus stop. I was hoping to see a session of Parliment, but they were not in session. The buildings have historic information posted outside. This is a great free way to learn about the history...More