St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, originally known as the Town of St. George or St. George's Town, was established in 1612 and is situated on the northern side of St. George's Harbour on the island of the same name. It is the oldest continuously-inhabited English and British settlement in the New World, preceded only by Jamestown, Virginia (1607) and Cupids, Newfoundland (1610), which were both seasonal for some time.


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