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Gardens in Fort-de-France
Jardin de Balata
The Jardin de Balata is a veritable kingdom of trees, flowers and hummingbirds, a magical place where nature is king and where the
Cathedrals in Fort-de-France
St Louis Cathedral
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A few steps from the Old Courthouse in Schoelcher Street, is Romero Square, where the Cathedral of San Luis can be found. It was c
Churches in Fort-de-France
Sacré Coeur de Balata
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This is perhaps the most famous and visited church in Martinique, a replica of the Basilica of Sacre Coeur in Paris. It is located
Zoos in Le Lamentin
The Farm of Perrine
This is a small zoo and amusement center for children. We can see farm animals in fields, but not just that, the farm has recovere
Of Cultural Interest in Fort-de-France
Schoelcher Library
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On one side of La Savane Park, at the corner of the streets Rúe de la Liberté and Victor Sévère is, in my opinion, is the lovelies
Villages in Fort-de-France
Les Anses-d'Arlet
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Anses d'Arlet is located on the west coast of Martinique, near Grande Anse and Petite Anse. These three small fishing villages, ly
Viewpoints in Fort-de-France
View from Sacre Coeur
About 7 km from the city along National Route 3 in the direction of Morne Rouge is the Savon hill. At the summit is Montmartre ch
Statues in Fort-de-France
Belain d'Esnambuc Statue
This is one of the monuments of La Savane Park and it is situated just opposite the Malecón. It consists of a marble pedestal on w
Gardens in Fort-de-France
La Savane
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This park is a real landmark of Fort de France. It is opposite the Fort Saint Louis and the Malecon, enclosed by the Rue de la Lib
Shopping Malls in Fort-de-France
Cour Perrinon
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This is a modern shopping mall which opened in December 2008 and is located in the heart of the city. It is a very large building
Cities in Fort-de-France
Fort de France
Fort de France is a Caribbean city founded in the year 1635, by French settlers. It was originally built around a fort, Fort Royal
Shops in Fort-de-France
Galeries Lafayette
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Martinique is a French island and Fort de France is the capital. In Cathedral Square, on the corner of the streets Antoine Siger a
Museums in Fort-de-France
County Museum of Archeology and Prehistory
This museum, situated in the Rue de la Liberté, is housed in a mansion built in the 19th Century. The façade is a good example of
Nature Reserves in Fort-de-France
Route de la Trace
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The road from Fort-de-France to Morne Rouge is called Nacional 3, but it is more widely known as "Route de la Trace". This road wa
Of Touristic Interest in Fort-de-France
Promenade of Fort de France
This is a wide pedestrian avenue that runs for approximately one kilometre along the entire bay of the Flemings between Fort San L
Beaches in Fort-de-France
Fort-de-France Beach
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Although the popular tourist beaches are in the southern part of the island of Martinique (especially Pointe du Bout and Le Trois-
Castles in Fort-de-France
Fort Saint Louis
This seventeenth century defensive fortress has been declared a Historical Monument. It is the oldest and most important building
Markets in Fort-de-France
Crafts Market (Marche Artisanal)
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At the end of the boardwalk, opposite the ferry station, there is a tourist market where you can buy various souvenirs and local c
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