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Pero's Bridge

bristol UK Britain england south west pictures city photograph architecture buildings Europe young youth exchange visit holiday knowle west media project escola de bagium The bridge is named after Pero who lived from 1753 - 1798. He probably came from the small Caribbean island of Nevis, where his parents were slaves. He was brought to England in 1783 as a slave of wealthy Bristolian, John Pinney.

The bridge is named after Pero who lived from 1753 - 1798. He probably came from the small Caribbean island of Nevis, where his parents were slaves. He was brought to England in 1783 as a slave of wealthy Bristolian, John Pinney.



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