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A heady mix of Dutch and English colonial architecture as well as a blend of the two cultures and cuisines, tropical jungles and savannas with wildlife abound makes Georgetown worth the visit.
Reputed as one of the world’s tallest wooden structure, the spire of St. George’s Cathedral rises over 132 feet. The Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology housing interesting artefacts and relics of Amerindian culture is located in an elegant wooden building. Another must-visit is the St. Andrews Kirk, built it 1829, which is the oldest building in the city.
Custom-made for nature lovers, the Botanic Gardens with Victorian bridges, pavilions, palms and tropical flora, including the huge lily pads of the Victoria Regia Lily, is truly spectacular.
Other places of interest include: the Museum of Guyana, Umana Yana, Liberation Monument, Parliament Building and Old Stabroek Market.
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