7 Little-Known Facts About Somerset Village
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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 neighbourly camaraderie that encapsulates Bermuda in its most authentically cherished ways. It is also the home to many prominent characters in Bermuda’s steeped history. Here are 7 little known facts about this west end village that you might not already know. The Gilbert Nature Reserve 1. Nestled behind the main road of Somerset Village and away from its happenings,…


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