Architecture sights in Negril & The West
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A walk north up the main frontage road curls past some of Lucea's finest historical houses, many in a state of near decrepitude, and deposits you atop the headland with a fine view east over Lucea Harbour. At the hillcrest is Hanover Parish Church, established in 1725. It's architecturally uninspired but has several interesting monuments; a Jewish section of the walled cemetery recalls the days when Lucea had a vibrant Jewish community.
St George's Parish Church, opposite the courthouse, was built in 1905. It's uninspired, but has a stately pipe organ that was dedicated in 1914.