The Parish of St. Andrew is located in the County of Surrey in the southeast part of the Island of Jamaica. The Capital town of St. Andrew is Half-Way-Tree. Half-Way-Tree is one of the busiest junctions on the Island of Jamaica and a popular center of commerce in the Corporate-area sector. The clock tower in Half-Way-Tree was erected as a memorial to King Edward VII of England. The local government of Kingston and St. Andrew came together merging these two parishes to form the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC). This Parish has two universities including: The University of the West Indies and The University of Technology, formerly known as College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST). Some major attractions of the Parish of St. Andrew are: the Governor General’s residence at King House, the Prime Minister’s residence at Jamaica House, the National Stadium, Sabina Cricket Park and the Bob Marley Museum.
Within its boundaries are numerous points of attractions including historical sites, famous residents and the country’s financial capital. St. Andrew is the birthplace of many famous musicians and the popular styles of Jamaican music, predominantly dancehall music. Some of St. Andrew’s famous residents include dancehall artists residents: Mavado, Sean Paul, Buju Banton, Gyptian, Elephant Man, Beres Hammond, Lady Saw, Sugar Minott, Bounty Killer, Mr. Vegas, among others.
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