Government House

This building is one of the largest governor’s residences in the Lesser Antilles. Inside are reproductions of the original furniture. These furnishings were a gift from the Danish government who took the originals with them when they left in 1917. In 1871 the capital of the Danish West Indies was moved to Charlotte Amalie however Government House continued to serve as a government building and today it is the focal point of many government social and cultural events. The building was originally the site of a Danish merchant’s home. This home was purchased and merged with another house to form the present government house.

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l lived in the gov palace a child ln 1936. i was living with my aunt and uncle who was a contrator rehabing the  bilding.  I remember watching the mardi gra parade from the balcony.
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