These buildings were originally known as The Public Buildings and have been the home of Barbados’ Parliament since they were finished in 1874. They are created in the theneo-Gothic architectural style that is similar to the Victorian era of Great Britain, which makes sense based on their historical tie to England. The site is in the downtown area of Bridgetown and is designated as UNESCO protected properties.
This was about a 15-minute drive from our hotel because of lights and traffic, but only a 25-minute walk. MJ and I had lunch at a nice little restaurant downtown (Tim’s) with the locals, it wasn’t a tourist place, and then explored the downtown area. It was during this time, that I captured the 10 exposures needed to create this panorama of The Parliament Building.