by Noiger Wilks
Harry Watch in Manchester is a rural settlement, which was formed from six English slave settlers' properties and located about 52 mi (or 84 km) west of Kingston, the country's capital town. The quiet farming community of Harry Watch of 125 residents, which was founded around 1894, according to residents.
But despite its small population, it hosts amenities such as its own school, playing field, clinic, post office and churches, which are vital to residents and their neighbors in adjoining districts.
The closest airport in Jamaica is Sangster International Airport in a distance of 33 mi (or 52 km), North-West. There is one UNESCO world heritage site nearby. Since you are here already visiting Harry Watch, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Quickstep, Rock Spring, Mandeville, Mocho and Black River.
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