The Most Interesting Historical Places in Martinique

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Historical Places in Martinique

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    La Savane des Esclaves , Trois-Ilets
    Experience a recreated "slave village" at La Savane des Esclaves. The settlement was created in 2000 by Gilbert Larose, a local who wanted to
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    Habitation Clement , Le Francois
    Wander the pristine grounds of Habitation Clement, observing sculptures in the gardens and perusing the modern art gallery housed within the
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    Chateau Dubuc , La Trinite
    Admire the remains of Chateau Dubuc, a former sugar plantation with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Erected in 1721, the chateau fell i
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    St. Louis Cathedral , Fort-de-France
    St. Louis Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral located in Martinique, an overseas department of France. It was built in the late 19th-century in
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    Ft. St. Louis , Fort-de-France
    Protecting the city from invaders since 1638, Ft. St. Louis treats you to views over Fort de France's bay as well as the city itself. Built f
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