Archaeological Sites in the Caribbean

Antigua Naval Dockyard and Related Archaeological Sites, Nelson's Dockyard National Park

The Antigua Naval Dockyard and its Related Archaeological Sites consists of a group of Georgian Naval structures, set within a walled enclosure, built at a time when European nations were battling for supremacy of the seas to obtain control over the lucrative sugar-producing islands of the Eastern Caribbean.

Archaeological Landscape of the First Coffee Plantations in the Southeast of Cuba World Heritage Site

The remains of the 19th-century coffee plantations in the foothills of the Sierra Maestra are unique evidence of a pioneer form of agriculture in a difficult terrain. They throw considerable light on the economic, social and technological history of the Caribbean and Latin American region.

Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve (US Virgin Islands)

Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecological Preserve is located on the island of St. Croix. The protected area preserves upland watersheds, mangrove forests and marine environments. It also contains the the only known site where a Columbus expedition set foot on what is now U.S. territory.