Queens Royal College – Port of Spain, TrinidadPosted on September 11th, 2009 No comments
Queens Royal College – Port of Spain, Trinidad. German Renaissance in style. Designed by Daniel M. Hahn. The foundation stone for the building was laid on 11 November 1902. In addition to being one of the historic pieces of architecture in the Caribbean, it has educated some of the best.
- Eric E. Williams – First Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean historian
- George Maxwell Richards – President of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Sir Vidia Naipaul – Nobel-prize winning author.
- C.L.R. James – historian, journalist, socialist theorist and essayist
- Peter Minshall – Artist, Costume designer, Emmy Award Winner.
- Richard Thompson – Athlete and 2008 Olympic medalist
- Marc Burns – Athlete and 2008 Olympic medalist
It stands strong as a testament to good architecture and good education. What is your architectural critique of Queens Royal College?
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