The Mico Teachers' College is home to African, Indian and Jamaican treasures donated to the school by alumni Dr. Aston ... More
Mico INAFCA Museum
The Mico Teachers' College is home to African, Indian and Jamaican treasures donated to the school by alumni Dr. Aston Taylor, who gathered many of the pieces when he lived and worked in Africa. The collection includes warrior shields, an African chief's stool, fertility dolls, ceremonial masks and such Jamaican items as a mule saddle, yabba bowls, musical instruments and bowls made from calabash (round fruit from a tropical tree). A chief's shirt given to Dr. Taylor by the late Ghanian President Kwane Nkrumah is also on display
The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician's home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring
19th century architecture, was Marley's home until his death in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years ...
This classic 19th century mansion captures Jamaica's architectural past. Nestled between towering palm trees overlooking a fountain, the restored landmark
stands out prominently amidst the urban backdrop of Kingston. Furnished with antique furniture, carpets, paintings and drapes, the house ...
This property first captured the world's attention in the 1960s, when the Hungarian artist Anna Ronai and her family developed
it. Only a ten minute drive from the outskirts of the city, it provides an excellent view of Kingston ...
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