University of The West Indies

chapel

There are many relics of Mona’s rich history. The University Chapel began its life as part of a sugar estate in Gale’s Valley, Trelawny and was transported brick by brick over the mountains to its present site. The Aqueduct once carried water from the Hope River to water the sugar cane fields. Both Chapel and Aqueduct have been named National Monuments.

 

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