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The Courland Monument, near the Great Courland Bay in Plymouth, was built by the decendants of 600 pioneers who arrived in the late 1600s from Courland, a small principality in Latvia. The pioneers established a fort on the Mainland, and christened the area Courland Bay. The Courland Monument was dedicated on June 25, 1978. The area is the site of Tobago's oldest town, fort, capital and church.
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The Courland Monument, near the Great Courland Bay in Plymouth, was built by the decendants of 600 pioneers who arrived in the late 1600s from Courland, a small principality in Latvia. The pioneers established a fort on the Mainland, and christened the area Courland Bay. The Courland Monument was dedicated on June 25, 1978. The area is the site of Tobago's oldest town, fort, capital and church.