Kingston - capital of Jamaica
Unfortunately, Kingston, capital of Jamaica, has a very good reputation, ensuring guests a thrill. And yet, going here, tourists can not be bypass their attention mainly Jamaican city.
There are not many historical monuments, notto find traces of ancient civilizations, but there are several interesting museums. But real adventures await tourists on the streets when meeting with local colorful life.
Location of the main city of Jamaica is veryconvenient. Firstly, it is located on the Gulf coast of the Caribbean, because local beaches can be nice to spend time sunbathing and swimming. Secondly, it is not only the capital, but also a major seaport and the center of the food industry of the country. But the attention of tourists is primarily attracted by the fact that the residents of the poor neighborhoods of Kingston became pioneers of reggae - music style in which intertwined the Latin American and African motifs, and, moreover, echoes of melodies European colonizers.
Devon House - the main attraction
This name was one of the mansionJamaican millionaire George Stiebela. Its peculiarity is that it is the first black Jamaican, who was able to earn the sum of six zeros. Naturally, possessing sufficient financial means, he built for himself a luxury villa, planted a beautiful garden around. Now this place is popular with guests and locals alike, the mansion of a millionaire lead tours (paid), but a walk through the garden, you can absolutely free.
Bob Marley - a national hero
Most of the photos of tourists in JamaicaIt captures the famous knitted hats, worn by Bob Marley - one of the founders of the reggae style and its most famous artist in the world. Multicolored huge headdresses resembling loose berets, and dreadlocks in due time become a feature of the image of Bob Marley, and today these caps - the most important souvenir sold in Kingston on every corner.
It is clear that without the museum's most famousartist in reggae is impossible to imagine the Jamaican capital. The museum of Bob Marley is not besieged by visitors, so tours are held here every hour in the program introduction to the life and work of Jamaican genius, as well as listening to his most famous compositions.
Among other interesting institutions of the capital -Arawak museum, it is also called museum secretly - the name were the indigenous inhabitants of the island. The exposition demonstrates the artifacts associated with the first inhabitants of these territories.