Buildings and Architecture in Caribbean
English Harbour is located at the bottom of a protected bay. It has always been a natural hurricane haven for ships, so it was an obvious choice for the British to built a naval dockyard in the 18th and 19th century. Many of the old buildings in Nelson's Dockyard were carefully restored and are still in use today as the marina is fully functional, though today it's just yachts that fill up the harbour. We guess, it must be one of the most historical marinas in the world. UNESCO finally enlisted it in 2016 as Antigua and Barbuda's only World Heritage Site.
The largest cathedral in Dominica is located in the village of Berekua. The beautiful stone structure faces the Atlantic Ocean - and that's pretty much what we know about it.