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Things to see in Princetown, Guyana

Princes Town is located in the southwestern part of Guyana, on the banks of the Essequibo River. It is noted for its beautiful architecture, especially its churches and mansions. Some of the most notable sites in Princes Town are Fort Amsterdam, which was built by the Dutch in 1627, and St. Ann's Church, built in 1773. The town also contains a number of shops and restaurants.

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Quick info about Princetown
RegionEast Berbice-Corentyne
Appr. population12000

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