Chalky Mount

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Chalky Mount is a rugged picturesque range of hills in Saint Andrew, Barbados, forming a jagged profile against the horizon when viewed from the east coast - commonly called Napoleon's Head.

Chalky Mount has considerable clay deposits and is the home of the potteries, one of Barbados' most important cottage industries, established in the nineteenth century.

Coordinates: 13°13′03″N 59°33′03″W / 13.2175°N 59.5508°W / 13.2175; -59.5508

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