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St. George's was the first permanent settlement on the islands of Bermuda. Today, St. George's remains basically untouched by the economic boom that the capital Hamilton has seen. Most of its buildings were constructed in the 17th to 19th centuries, narrow streets such as Barber's Alley and Aunt Peggy's Lane remain just as they were centuries ago. St. George’s historic buildings function not only as museums but also as houses, restaurants, pubs and shops. At its centre lies King's Square, there are replica stocks in the Square, and also a ducking stool, a replica of one that was once used to dump gossiping women into the harbour. Ordnance Island lies in St. George's Harbour, to the south of King's Square, and is reached by a small bridge. It holds a replica of the Deliverance (one of the two ships built by the shipwrecked settlers). With over 400 shipwrecks the island is also a popular destination for divers.
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