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Vintage Bermuda Homes & Architecture

Call us biased for thinking so but the homes that dot our scenic shores are some of the most unique and beautiful in the world. The Georgian windows, Bermuda roof, butteries, wooden shutters and welcoming arms have a distinct aesthetic that hasn't changed much over the centuries. Here are 10 vintage Bermuda homes once featured in the pages of The Bermudian - how many are still standing?   [caption id="attachment_14938" align="aligncenter" width="800"] An old Bermuda house circa 1909[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_14939" align="aligncenter"…


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The Sea In His Blood

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the April 2003 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally. Legendary sailor Captain Edward Williams, who has sailed in 12 ocean races and survived…


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5 Historical Facts About Fort St. Catherine

On the north-eastern hilltop of St. George’s, sits the island’s largest coastal artillery, Fort St. Catherine. Steeped in rich history and offering expansive ocean views, this parcel of land marks the beginning of the Imperial fortress colony of Bermuda. Here…


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Vintage St. George’s

The old town of St. George's used to be even older and we've got the black and white images to prove it.


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Discover Vesey Nature Reserve: Things to Know Before You Go

The Vesey Nature reserve (located just off Middle Road in Southampton) is one of the newer additions to Bermuda's protected green spaces. In 2009, Bermudian Sharon Vesey donated the land that now makes up the Vesey Nature Reserve to The…

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Tourist in Your Own Town: St. George’s

Settled in 1612, St. George's was the first settlement in Bermuda and in 2000 became an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. St. George's will open its doors for Christmas and to a host of events and shopping days that show…