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Today, its a rather more tranquil place offering a vast array of accommodation (including a former military barracks).British-born Dr Martin, who died while in Bermuda last June, established several IT consultancy firms and co-founded Database Design Inc.On the north, west, and south they are surrounded by reefs.There are nine parishes (counties), each 2.3055 square miles (3.68 square kilometers).Agar's Hill there, which dominates the north side of the exclusive residential area of Point Shares, is so-named in honor of British shareholder in the 17th century Bermuda or Somers Isles Company, Sir Anthony Agar (1586-1637), also referred to in British history as Sir Anthony Aucher (Agar, Archer), Member of Parliament of Bishopsbourne, Kent, England.He owned 50 acres of Pembroke land, including both the hill and the island that bears his name. It can be seen from the Fairylands shoreline by cruise ship and ferry boat passengers.
In November, 2012 two of the six Fairylands area islands were advertised for sale, for 0,000.
The whole of Bermuda is tiny - with a land area of only 21 square miles or 56 square kilometers. Residents and visitors travel from one end to the other in just over an hour and from north to south in 10 to 15 minutes.
Bermuda is said to have begun some 100 million year ago as a volcanic mountain, with the volcanoes having disappeared 70 million or so years ago.
Ideal weekend retreats, they are zoned to preserve the environment and natural habitat.
Thus development of any significant nature isn't permissible.