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The Parliament Buildings, completed in 1874, are a masterpiece of Gothic Architecture, built of local coral limestone and strategically placed in the heart of Bridgetown. These buildings house the House of Assembly and the Senate and hold the history of the Barbadian system of Government which is the third oldest political system within the Commonwealth. In this picture, the building facade is adorned with Blue and Gold banners, the colors of Barbados, to celebrate the independence day occurred on 30 November 1966. The celebrations of remembrance continue for the entire month of November. The historic buildings of Bridgetown have become a protected area of UNESCO in 2011.
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