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6 Most memorable sights in Bermuda

Tracy E. Hopkins is an accomplished writer, blogger and editor living in New York City. She has expertise covering travel, fashion, health and entertainment.

Getaway snapshots

There's plenty to do and see on this idyllic island, and SheKnows offers this weekend getaway snapshot of Bermuda's six most memorable sights.

St. Peter's Church

No trip to St. George is complete without visiting St. Peter's Church (free admission), one of the oldest Anglican churches in the Western Hemisphere. The landmark is typified by timber beams, hanging chandeliers, and a relic red cedar altar. Slavery ended in Bermuda in 1834, and the surrounding churchyard houses two graveyards -- a walled area for black slaves west of the church and an area to the east designated for whites.  The slave graveyard is part of Bermuda's self-guided African Diaspora Heritage Trail (http://www.bermudatourism.com/227.aspx), which honors the island's African, Caribbean, Native American and British heritage.
Photo Credit: John Carluccio

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