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Top Things to Do in Hamilton, Bermuda, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Bermuda

The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (often referred to as the Bermuda Cathedral) is an Anglican cathedral located on Church Street in Hamilton, Bermuda. The original building was designed in the Early English style by James Cranston of Oxford in 1844 and was completed in 1869.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As the offshore domicile of many foreign companies, Bermuda has a highly developed international business economy; it is an exporter of financial services, primarily insurance, reinsurance, investment funds and special purpose vehicles (SPV). Finance and international business constitute the largest sector of Bermuda's economy, and virtually all of this business takes place within the borders of Hamilton.

Sea glass

Sea glass and beach glass are similar but come from two different types of water. "Sea glass" is physically and chemically weathered glass found on beaches along bodies of salt water. These weathering processes produce natural frosted glass. "Genuine sea glass" can be collected as a hobby and can be used to make jewelry.

Bermuda National Library - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Bermuda National Library is the national library in Bermuda and it is located in Hamilton.

Victoria Park, Hamilton, Bermuda

Victoria Park is centrally located in the city of Hamilton, Bermuda (Hamilton is also the capital of Bermuda). It is a public park that is opened daily to the public during daylight hours. It is widely used as an entertainment venue for free concerts and the like.

House of Assembly of Bermuda

The House of Assembly is the lower house of the Parliament of the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda. The house has 36 Members of Parliament (MP), each elected for a five-year term in a single seat constituency. The House of Assembly was originally the only house of Bermuda's parliament, and held its first session in 1620.