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Falmouth is the capital of the Parish of Trelawny, and is situated on Jamaica’s north coast near to Montego Bay. Jamaica used to be the world's leading sugar producer. The town, named after the birthplace of Sir William Trelawny, Falmouth, England, is noted for being one of the Caribbean’s best preserved historic towns.
Falmouth is renowned for its well preserved nineteenth century Georgian architecture, particularly the unique gingerbread style woodwork. Falmouth prospered as a centre of Jamaica’s sugar industry for more than two centuries and has left behind a heritage of fine public buildings in the heart of the town. Falmouth’s historic district is a National Heritage site with many late 18th-century and early 19th-century buildings still standing. Recognized by the World Monuments Fund, Falmouth is included on the ‘Watch List’ of 100 most Endangered Sites. This rich architectural heritage also gave inspiration to the design of the port. Falmouth offers an insight into everyday Jamaican town life as well as its colonial past.
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