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Kingston, the capital city of Jamaica founded in 1692, is the hub of history, culture and commerce on the beautiful island. Having a history of pirates, revolts and political uprisings, Kingston has many landmarks that showcase just how much the city has grown into the town that now produces Jamaican legends and icons. Here is a tour of Kingston’s most popular landmarks.
Devon House is one one the most celebrated landmarks in Jamaica. The Georgian-style house was built in 1881, on a property once known as Devon Penn, hence its name. The house was the residence of Jamaica’s first black millionaire, George Stiebel. The mansion is furnished with a collection of 19th-century antiques which tells the story of a rich West Indian Victorian era. The property is covered in lush green lawns, with flowers, high-rising palm trees and a water fountain. Today, there are tours offered to visitors who want to explore the house. The property also features a number of restaurants including the extremely popular Devon House “I-Scream”.
Devon House,Hope Rd, Kingston, Jamaica, +1 876 926 0815