The romance of the Sea Wall

Nostalgia 561

Ask any Guyanese, at home or abroad, to name the first five things Guyanese that readily come to mind, and they often reply, Kaieteur Falls, Stabroek Market, St George’s, Parliament Buildings, Town Hall, and sometimes, Jonestown. Can you imagine they always forget  our Sea Wall, which actually saves the capital city of Georgetown from being a Venice, and our coastline languishing as another lost continent of Atlantis.

Large portions of the Guyana coastline stretching 425 kilometres from Venezuela to Suriname lie below high tide level,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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