Religious. Early Days in Barbados.

One of the most interesting things I did in Barbados was going on a historical tour. We stopped at several places (that I will show you over time), but one of the most impressive was a church. Claimed to be one of the first churches on the island, it was full of character and style, old British style.

I adored the grand church and think of how magnificent it must have been in its prime. The lot was full of tome stones dating back to the 1800s and there were two glorious mahogany trees there claiming to be over 100 years old. Unfortunately though, the third old tree on the lot fell earlier this year. They expect one of the other two may die in the next five as well. I hope it can hang in there. It just adds so much to the church. Too bad this church and those trees can’t tell us more stories. I bet they have seen so much…

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For Nancy Merrill’s Photo of the Week ~ Religious Buildings. 

 

 

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14 thoughts on “Religious. Early Days in Barbados.

            1. There are so many challenges and so little time. I like that yours don’t close, yet I understand why some need to. But sometimes life just doesn’t work around my blogging schedule, lol.

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    1. It has been a crazy fun year indeed. (Just finished a little post for your challenge on that ironically!). Thank you and I wish you the best too. 🙂

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