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Our Bermuda

Vintage Scenes of Bermudian Life

From preparing Bermuda grass for planting, to relaxing under the shade of the trees at Flatts Inlet, this photo gallery showcases the scenes from the lives of locals.                


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7 Reasons Why Dame Lois Browne-Evans was a Trailblazer

Born on June 1, 1927, Dame Lois Browne-Evans was a lawyer and a political figure in Bermuda for most of her life. Progressive and determined, she was a woman of many firsts who consistently challenged the status quo. At the…


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Locals’ Best Kept Secrets: Where to Go to Enjoy the Island Like a Bermudian

Where to go and what to do to ensure an authentic and immersive visit to Bermuda's beautiful shores.  Beaches Warwick Long Bay - Often overlooked for its more glamourous and popular big brother, Horseshoe Bay, Warwick Long Bay is a slightly…


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4 Historical Facts About The Unfinished Church

Despite Bermuda’s quaint size, it is home to the highest number of churches per capita in the world, and one of them is highly adorned for being beautifully incomplete. Located within UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. George’s, The Unfinished Church…


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7 Little-Known Facts About Somerset Village

Often overlooked as a destination to merely pass by on the way to Dockyard, Somerset Village gloats a rustic charm and neighborly comradery that encapsulates Bermuda in its most authentically cherished ways. It is also the home to many prominent…

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Tourist in Your Own Town: Paget Parish

Although Paget Parish can seem like a quiet part the island, it's actually ripe with places to visit and things to do. This weekend, get out and explore the best that this central Parish has to offer, we bet you…