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Trinidad & Tobago Attractions and Sight Seeing

Woodford Square

At Prince and Frederick streets, the square has served as the site of political meetings, and speeches, It's dominated by the magnificent Red House, a Renaissance-style building that takes up an entire city block. Trinidad's House of Parliament takes its name from a paint job done in anticipation of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897.
The original Red House was burned to the ground in a 1903 riot, and the present structure was built four years later. The chambers are open to the public.
The view of the south side of the square is framed by the Gothic spires of Trinity, the city's Anglican cathedral, consecrated in 1823; its mahogany-beam roof is modeled after that of Westminster Hall in London. On the north is the impressive public library building, the Hall of Justice and City Hall.


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