About a quarter of Jamaica’s total population lives in and around the capital Kingston (about 1.2 million inhabitants). The city is located in the southeast of the island and was founded by the British in 1692. Kingston is the economic center of Jamaica, but it is also the government and commercial center. Kingston does not offer as many sights as other places / regions in Jamaica.
Worth seeing, for example. the colonial Devons’s House. The most delicious ice cream is to be sold here. From a cultural point of view, a visit to the Institute of Jamaica or the Bob Marley Museum, probably the most famous Jamaican, is worthwhile. In the evening, when the sun goes down, the city’s nightlife flourishes – Caribbean rhythms, street dances… Kingston is served internationally – the destination airport is Norman Manley Airport.
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