Gregory’s Arch in Nassau, Bahamas - Encircle Photos

Gregory’s Arch in Nassau, Bahamas

Gregory’s Arch is a passage cut through a thick limestone hill along Market Street connecting downtown Nassau with the Over-the-Hill district. The latter was the neighborhood for emancipated slaves during the 19th century. The 20 foot tall archway and bridge was constructed in 1852 in the middle of the term of Governor John Gregory and hence bears his name.

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Market St & E Hill St, Nassau, The Bahamas

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