Point of Interest


Saint Kitts and Nevis / Americas

t Kitts is dotted with intriguing rock carvings, or petroglyphs, made by the original Carib inhabitants before the Europeans arrived in the 17th century. The most prominent are on two large rocks at the approach to the Wingfield Manor Estate, adjacent to Romney Manor. They look slightly crude, as if newly painted over in white, yet these rock drawings are very much authentic and are said to be in their original location. Some experts think they depict images of the Carib Zemi, or gods, although others believe they were fertility symbols.

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