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    by Josilver Written Sep 3, 2007

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    Whitehall, which houses the Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, was once the largest of the five private residences along Maraval Road, Port of Spain, opposite the Queens Park Savannah.

    You can find out more info than you ever wanted to know at the T&T Prime minister's web site
    http://www.opm.gov.tt/whitehall/index.php?pid=5001

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    by Josilver Written Sep 3, 2007

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    I dont know what this building is doing here. It is currently under renovation. When I find out more about it I will let you know.

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    The red house is the Trinidad and Tobago houses of parliment. It was built in 1906 to replace a previous building that was guuted during riots.

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    by Josilver Written Jun 21, 2007

    Brian Lara (he was a cricket player for those who dont know) is a hero in Trinidad, I saw this tribute to him painted on the side of a tomb at the cemetary, no he hasn't died just retired from cricket. There is also a Brian Lara Beulevade in the city centre.

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