08. 09. 2012.

UNESCO - Historic Town of St George, Bermuda

An absolutely wonderful surprise from...can you guess? Received last winter from the sailing nomad :)
As it happens both cards are Unesco! I haven't told Ash I collect Unesco cos I didn't want to give him an extra headache heh, but still, many cards that he sends enrich my collection.
St. George's is the oldest surviving English town in the New World, originally called New London. It contains many historic buildings, among them the pictured  St. Peter's Church (consecrated in 1612), the oldest Protestant church in the New World. A glimpse of Fort St. Catherine can be seen on the second picture, though the accent is on the inviting sandy beach ;))) Loooooove the sea horses stamp!!

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