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Amazing Caribbean Landmarks

The Caribbean Islands have many lovely landmarks. Many people travel to the beaches of the islands and not all of them look for landmarks. Take a look at the photos and read the descriptions and see if you can guess on which Caribbean Islands these landmarks are located.

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    The Pitons were created less than a million years ago by volcanic activity. They are this island’s most iconic mountains and one of the most photographed sites in the Caribbean. Their located just south of the town of Soufrier

    • Aruba
    • Saint Lucia
    • Barbados
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    Boiling Lake is a unique attraction and is the second largest of its kind in the world. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park. You can reach the lake hiking a 7 mile trail 3 hours each way. It takes you through a rainforest/ You can see the steaming water bubble to the surface.

    • Dominica
    • Grenada
    • Haiti
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    San Juan is one fo the oldest and most historic sites. Here you’ll find the oldest church, oldest castle, and oldest fortress. There are quaint cobblestone streets. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    • Cayman Islands
    • Jamaica
    • Puerto Rico
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    The Baths is a unique beach with giant boulders with amazing grottos between them. It is located on Virgin Gorda the third largest island in this group of islands. The beach is a BVI National Park and a major tourist attraction.

    • British Virgin Islands
    • The Bahamas
    • Haiti
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    Brimstone Hill Fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage site that was built by the British. The fort is made of black volcanic rock and sits atop of a steep hill with great views of the sea.

    • Tobago
    • St. Kitts
    • Martinique
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    Dunn’s River Falls is considered to be one of the most exciting natural landmarks in this country. The waterfall is aprox. 55 meters tall and 180 meters in length. It is not just a falls but a set of tufa limestone terraces formed by springs over which the water flows right into the Caribbean Sea.

    • Guadeloupe
    • Saint Martin
    • Jamaica
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    Mount Scenery is the highest point in the Dutch Kingdom and is this tiny island’s dominant feature. Dense vegetation covers the upper slopes and summit. The top of the mountain is dominated by The Elfin Forest or Cloud-Forest. It is usually enshrouded by clouds.

    • Saba
    • Grenada
    • Jamaica
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    Carbet Falls is a wonderful waterfall located in the lush rainforest on the slopes of the Soufnere volcano and is considered to be the most spectacular waterfall in the eastern Caribbean. Near the base are some hot springs. This is one of the island’s most popular tourist attractions

    • Montserrat
    • Guadeloupe
    • Haiti
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    Stingray City is the most popular with an impressive population of stingrays. Visitors can swim with them in the clear, shallow waters. There are lovely coral reefs with schools of tropical fish. It is great for snorkeling.

    • Anguilla
    • Aruba
    • Cayman Islands
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    Diamond Rock sits 3 kilometers off the southern coast of this island. It is a refuge for sea birds. Today it is a habitat for the very last specimens of Lecepede’s ground snake on earth. Access to Diamond Rock is forbidden but you can view it from the lookout at the foot of Larcher Hill or from a boat, The water surrounding it are great for diving.

    • Martinique
    • Barbados
    • Saint Kitts
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    Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge is a pontoon bridge that spans across St. Anna Bay. It connects the Punda and Otrobanda quarters of the capital city of Willemstad. The bridge swings open.

    • Grenada
    • Saint Lucia
    • Curacao
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    The Catedral Primada de America is located in the city of Santo Domingo de Guzman. It is dedicated to St. Mary of the Incarnation, It is the oldest cathedral in the Americas, . It has a treasury containing retablos, paintings, old woodwork, furniture, sculptures and tombstones.

    • The Bahamas
    • Dominican Republic
    • Aruba
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    The Castillo del Morro Castle in Havana was named after the 3 Biblical Magi. It is a fortress guarding the entrance to Havana Bay.

    • Cuba
    • Haiti
    • Dominica
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    Los Morrillos Light is a historic lighthouse in the municipality of Cabo Rojo. It was constructed to guide passing ships through the southeast entrance from the Caribbean Sea through treacherous Mona Passage into the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse is located over a white lime cliff surrounded by salt water lagoons and marshes.

    • Grenada
    • Tobago
    • Puerto Rico

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