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Bermuda's European Heritage As you look at this travel souvenir from Bermuda, you get a certain sense of community and even heritage. The Spanish were the first to arrive. It was the Sixteenth century. Even though Bermuda was incorporated to the Spanish kingdom, the Spanish never settled here and on..
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A Place to Snorkel and Scuba-Dive This travel souvenir from Bermuda offers a great perspective of lovely Hamilton buildings. The way that the picture was taken from a little bit to the side also gives the whole magnet a nice flow and even makes it look as though it is in movement which can help prov..
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Hamilton City Hall: a Symbol of Nobility. It almost looks like a portrait in the best possible sense. Any viewer is also sure to appreciate the calm lighting and the way it compliments the whiteness of the government building. Noble public buildings like the one shown are quite special for a number ..
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The Story of the Cruise ship Dock This travel souvenir from Bermuda can serve as a small representation of an accomplished journey. It is no wonder, historically, this dock served as a base for the Royal Navy in the times of Napoleon. It was built in the second decade of the Nineteenth century first..
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The Cathedral of the Most Holy Spirit in Gothic This travel souvenir from Bermuda shows the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity that almost feels like it's bigger than life. It looks mysterious yet holy and actually makes the viewer feel as though they are inside the famous church. The depth of field..
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The Simplicity of St. Peters The architecture in this magnet looks so balanced that it almost looks like it is a design that was made on a computer. You don't need to be familiar with the site to appreciate the beauty of Saint Peter's church. If you are religious you may appreciate the welcoming pro..
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It Almost Looks Like it Belongs in a British bar This travel souvenir from Bermuda can remind us how different cultures yield different sensibilities. Also, it is great to branch out into unfamiliar worlds to broaden our horizons. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, almost 700 miles East of the coast of..
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Souvenirs from Bermuda

Bermuda offers many tropical delights to its visitors, and you will enjoy the souvenir shopping just as much as soaking up the sun. Key chains, refrigerator magnets, post cards and bumper stickers are fun and simple ways to take home a bit of the atmosphere, and share it with others. Island food specialties, such as marmalades, sauces, honey and rum cakes, are thoughtful souvenirs from Bermuda to help you continue the experience after you return home. Perfumes, lotions and soaps made from the locally grown flowers are available with hints of lily, sweet pea, jasmine and cedar, and are always appreciated by those who receive them. For hundreds of years, this island has been a trading port, and you can find luxury items for good prices. Silverware, porcelain, crystal, and finely created clothing from Northern Europe are just a few items you can expect to find. Looking for a more native Bermudan souvenir? Pottery and items made from cedar are useful and reflect the island's sensibilities.

Experience the Island of Bermuda

As befits an island paradise, Bermuda offers visitors many magical sightseeing opportunities. Perhaps the most photographed are the ship wrecks and coral reefs of St. George. Having been designated a World Heritage Site, you will find the clear blue waters a lovely backdrop for the many species of tropical fish, sharks and dolphins swimming through the deserted hulls. The pink sand beaches, caused by the addition of shells and coral, are lovely for those who prefer to keep their hair dry. Be sure to visit the beaches at sunset, when the rays of the sun deepen the hue. Other dry land options include a visit to the Royal Navy Dockyard and the Maritime Museum, the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo and the many lighthouses along the shore. The Crystal Caves has many lovely underground vistas, including stalactites and pools of saltwater. Renting a scooter and taking a drive through the island to discover and appreciate the charms of the Bermudan lifestyle is another recommended activity.

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