St Peter’s, Bermuda

Did some sightseeing, of a woodworking nature, on our recent cruise. Here is the door to St. Peter’s Church in Georgetown, (the oldest Anglican church in continuous use in the new world). Check out the joinery!

The first buildings on the island were built by shipbuilders, which is evident inside this church. You can see the inside of the structure is essentially a ship built upside down. I don’t have any photos, so you’ll have to take my word for it. (Meanwhile I’ll search the web for any images…. but here’s some info on St. George’s and Bermuda while you wait.)

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