Searching for Sugar Mills: An Architectural Guide to the Caribbean
From Anguilla to Trinidad, the Caribbean offers a huge variety of architectural styles that have been influenced by the many European settlers who colonized the islands, as well as the Africans, Amerindians, and East Indians brought to the region as laborers.
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19th century Anglican Church Anguilla Antigua arcade arched architect architecture balcony Barbados bell tower brick British building built cane Caribbean Cathedral Catholic Church centre colourful concrete constructed decorative Dominica door Dutch Estate French fretwork front gable gallery Georgian Gothic Grenada ground floor Hill hip roof historic homes hurricane shutters Inside located main road Marigot masonry Methodist Church metres mill MOTORING TOUR Museum Nevis offices one-storey Open Mon-Fri original ornate painted Park Philipsburg plantation house porch Port of Spain quoins rebuilt restaurant restored Road Town Roseau ruins Saba second storey shingles shops side slaves square St Croix St Eustatius St George's St John's St Kitts St Lucia St Maarten St Thomas St Vincent stone Street structure stucco style Tobago tourist Trinidad two-storey typical verandas WALKING TOUR walls warehouse wattle and daub West Indian windmill Windwardside wood wooden yellow