Vineyard Town is a neighbourhood in Kingston, Jamaica.
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Kingston (/ˈkɪŋstən/ or US /ˈkɪŋztən/) is the capital and largest city of Jamaica, located on the southeastern coast of the island. It faces a natural harbour protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects the town of Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island.
Latitude: 17° 59' 49.27" N
Longitude: -76° 47' 36.89" W
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Trinity Ville is a settlement in Jamaica.
The Priory School in Kingston, Jamaica teaches kindergarten, primary and secondary students, the latter under the name Priory High.
Tamarind Farm Correctional Centre has accommodated over 275 male inmates on occasions.
St. Catherine Adult Correctional Centre, Jamaica, formerly Saint Catherine District Prison and sometimes called Spanish Town Prison, was built to accommodate 850 male inmates but has held over 1300 on occasions.
Riversdale is a settlement in Jamaica.
Point Hill is a settlement in Jamaica.
Old Harbour Bay is a settlement in Jamaica.
Coleyville is a settlement in Jamaica.
Aeolus Valley is a village in the Yallahs district of the Jamaican parish of Saint Thomas.
The Yallahs River is a river in the parish of Saint Thomas, Jamaica.
The United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI) is an ecumenical seminary training male and female clergy for Protestant denominations throughout the Caribbean.
Spanish Town railway station opened in 1845 and closed in 1992 when all passenger services in Jamaica abruptly ceased. It provided rail services to Kingston and Montego Bay, Port Antonio, Ewarton and New Works. It was 11.75 miles (18.91 km) from the…
Built in 1853 it is claimed that the light of Plumb Point Lighthouse has gone out only once since then, during the 1907 earthquake.
Melbourne Park is a cricket ground in Kingston, Jamaica. It is the home of Melbourne Cricket Club, the third oldest cricket club in Jamaica. The ground hosted first-class cricket on 23 occasions between 1908–09 and 1961-62. Although the ground has n…
Hopewell is a settlement in Saint Andrew Parish, Jamaica.
Hibbert House, also known as Headquarters House, is the head office of the Jamaica National Heritage Trust. It is located at 79 Duke Street, Kingston, Jamaica. It was built by Thomas Hibbert, a wealthy young English Merchant, in 1755 to serve as his…
Emmett Park is a multi-use stadium in Kingston, Jamaica adjacent to Sabina Park. It is currently used mostly for football matches. It served as a home ground of Waterhouse F.C..