Woodford Square, situated on lower Frederick Street is considered the capital's most popular landmarks. Formerly known as Brunswick Square, it was renamed for Governor Sir Ralph Woodford. The Square is flanked by the Holy Trinity Cathedral to the south, the Red House to the east, the Hall of Justice to the north and the bustling Frederick Street to the west. It is home to political gatherings, both formal and informal, as well as cultural events.
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