Online Exhibit on Sam Sharpe Rebellion

The National Library of Jamaica is now displaying an online exhibit on it’s website showcasing books, photographs, maps, official documents, prints, newspapers and more related ...

CARIFTA Games 2010 Results

The 39th staging of the CARIFTA Games was a successful one. The annual CARIFTA Games which acts as a regional showpiece of young and upcoming athletes from the Caribbean region took ...

HELP Jamaica 2010 Charity Calendar

HELP Jamaica is a charity organization serving Jamaica that is based in Germany. It’s main goals according to it’s website is to raise funds in order to support and establish ...

Featured Photo – Morant Bay Courthouse Fire

The Morant Bay Courthouse in St Thomas was destroyed by fire on Monday, February 19, 2007. The counrthouse was one of the most important landmarks  in the parish as it was the scene ...

Featured Photo – Palisadoes View

Palisadoes is 14 km thin spit or bar of sand that serves as a natural protection for Kingston Harbour, Jamaica. Norman Manley International Airport and the historic town of Port Royal ...

Featured Photo – Variegated Fritillary Butterfly

The Variegated Fritillary is a species of butterfly common in Jamaica that can also be found throughout North, South and Central America. This butterfly is often found in open habitats ...

Featured Photo – Sunday Evening Football

Football or soccer is a very popular sport in Jamaica. These boys can be seen playing the game in an open play field in Walker’s Wood St Ann on a Sunday evening. Jamaica’s ...

Featured Photo – Spanish Bridge over White River

The Spanish Bridge that spans the White River in St Ann was built in the 17th century before Jamaica became a British territory.  It is one of the lasting indicators of Spanish colonization ...

Featured Photo – Five Thousand Dollar Bill

The new $5000 note bearing the image of late former Prime Minister, Hugh Shearer is the newest currency issued since the $1,000 went into circulation in April 2000. On the reverse ...

Featured Photo – White River Fishing Boats

The White River runs along the border of St. Mary and St. Ann, twisting and turning its way through the forests to the outskirts of the tourist town of Ocho Rios where it meets the ...

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