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Charlotte Amalie Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built in 1848 from stone quarried on the island, the church has thick, arched window frames lined with the yellow brick that came to the islands as ballast aboard ships. Merchants left the brick on the waterfront when they filled their boats with molasses, sugar, mahogany, and rum for the return voyage. The church was built in celebration of the end of slavery in the USVI.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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13 Commandant Gade
Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas  00802, U.S. Virgin Islands

340-774–0217

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