Marley's Kingston Home Declared National Monument

The Jamaican government will declare Bob Marley's Kingston home a national monument, 25 years after the reggae legend's death


His music work scores great despite the fact that it's been years after his death in 1981. That's for sure brings positive impacts to promote his Caribbean homeland overseas.

Thus, as an attempt to pay tribute to the great reggae legend, Bob Marley, the Jamaican government will declare his Kingston home a national monument, an official revealed Tuesday Feb 7th, 2006.

Marley's home, known as Tuff Gong International, is now a music studio as well as a leading tourist attraction. No official date has been set yet for the ceremony in which Tuff Gong will be designated a national monument.

© AceShowbiz.com


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