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King's Square, St. George

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Head to King's Square, located in the heart of St. George and home to an abundance of colonial buildings surrounding an open paved area. Created during the 19th century, the square houses many annual events and ceremonies, including 17th century reenactments. Go to the Bank of Butterfield, a completely restored building located in the square. It is the oldest bank in Bermuda and was built in 1776. Plan to see King's Square and other attractions that appeal to you using our St. George trip itinerary maker.
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  • really interesting to visit this place, the atmosphere is very good, anyway a visit to St. george is interesting.
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  • Lovely square to enjoy a stroll, read the historical markers and enjoy the view. Lots of shops and restaurants along the way. 
  • King's Square is in St. George, Bermuda. We stopped here for an hour and a half as part of a cruise excursion. The square is a quaint little section of the town. There are many signs that tell the his...  read more »
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