Queen's Park Savannah

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Queen’s Park Savannah

Port-of-Spain’s huge Queen’s Park Savannah—measuring 110 hectares (260 acres)—is something of a Central Park of the West Indies. Along its edge are vestiges of Trinidad’s colonial past: fine colonial fretwork, ornate Victorian homes and even a mini castle. Several of these structures along the western edge of the park, known as the Magnificent Seven, have been restored; others await their turn. Visitors can catch a cricket match in the park as well.

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