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This square is the center of government with the Senate and Supreme Court meeting there. A statue of Queen Victoria is at the center placed there in 1905. The Buildings were built by escaping British loyalists from the newly established America in 1815. The Flamingo...More
Bahamas had just celebrated their Independence Day so the square was decorated beautifully while we were there. Enjoyed hearing about their culture from our tour guide and what their independence means to them and how they celebrate it.
I wanted to see this building. Not only is it pink, my favorite color, but I recall seeing it all the time when Anna Nicole Smith was involved in the hearing over the DNA of Dannielynn. Pretty building for photo opps and selfies.