Residence of the Prime Minister, Jamaica

Residence of the Prime Minister, Jamaica


Kingston, Jamaica (JM)
The place is called Vale Royal; built as Prospect Pen in 1694. In 1928 the British Colonial Office bought the estate as the home of the Colonial Minister. After Independence in 1962 the mansion became the Official Residence of the Prime Minister of Jamaica.
The place is called Vale Royal; built as Prospect Pen in 1694. In 1928 the British Colonial Office bought the estate as the home of the Colonial Minister. After Independence in 1962 the mansion became the Official Residence of the Prime Minister of Jamaica.
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Links: opm.gov.jm
By: Xeba73

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