Photo Gallery of Saint Kitts
|By: Cavin Rawlins, 11:47 AM GMT on September 20, 2009||+0|
Figure 1. Welcome to Saint Kitts during the Norwegian Dawn cruise in October 2007. Image Credit: Panoramio user, Pianoman6582.
Figure 2. Overlooking cruise ships from Timothy Hill. Image Credit: Panoramio user, jiangliu.
Figure 3. A view of a 17 th century St Georges Anglican Church, Basseterre, St. Kitts. Image Credit: Panoramio user, jiangliu.
Figure 4. A view of the Saint Kitts coastline (Caribbean side) with Brimstone Hill in the far background. Image Credit: Panoramio user, leisureguy.
Figure 5. Brimstone Hill Fortress. Image Credit: Panoramio user, Ron Mullenax.
Figure 6. Twin cruise ships docked at Porte Zante.
Figure 7. A view of the Saint Kitts landscape as seen when approaching from the Caribbean Sea. Image Credit: Panoramio user, mysterybay.
Figure 8. This is a view of one of another major towns, Sandy Point which is 2nd to Basseterre on Saint Kitts. Image Credit: Panoramio user, FGP.
Figure 9. A view of the Southeastern Peninsula mariner area. Image Credit: Panoramio user, Burai István.
Figure 10. The Four Season's Hotel on Nevis. The hotel is closed at the moment due to the effects of Hurricane Omar. It recently re-open earlier this decade from the effects of Hurricane Lenny which coincidently took the same route as Lenny. Image Credit: Panoramio user, lynck.
Figure 11. A shipwreck off the coast of Nevis. Image Credit: Panoramio user, bshreffler.
Figure 12. The Botanical Gardens on Nevis.Image Credit: Panoramio user, gloney.
Figure 14. An aerial view of the Southeastern Peninsula which is located in the SE part of the island of Saint Kitts. Image credit: Google Earth.
Figure 15. An aerial view of the island of Nevis. Image credit: Google Earth.
Figure 16. An aerial view of both Saint Kitts and Nevis. Image credit: Google Earth.
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