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Garden of Balata

2021-08-03

On 3 hectares of private land with a view of the Pitons du Carbet is the botanical garden of Balata, a botanical garden created by the famous horticulturist Jean-Philippe Thoze. From a wild vegetation, passionate and creator of the garden in 1982, Jean-Philippe Thoze knew how to imagine and createRead More →

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Mount Pelee Volcano

2021-02-13

The Caribbean is home to majestic volcanoes. In Martinique, there is Mount Pelée. Its last major eruption took place in 1902. Today, it is considered one of the greatest disasters of the 20th century. According to the latest rough estimates, more than 30,000 people died as a result of theRead More →

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Schoelcher Library

2020-11-28

Built by Henri Pick, famous 18th century architect. It was built for the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889, then was transferred by boat to Fort de France. The Schoelcher Library owes its name to Victor Schoelcher who dedicated his life and writings to the fight against slavery. On AprilRead More →

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Saint Louis Cathedral

2020-11-28

Built on rocky foundations, the Church of Saint Louis is one of the few buildings to have resisted the 1839 earthquake that devastated the city. Reconstructed, it is enlarged on the ruins of an old cemetery nearby.In 1850, with the creation of the bishopric, the church became the Saint-Louis CathedralRead More →

Martinique

2019-07-25

Martinique is a piece of France in the Southern Caribbean: on the surface, the centuries of French occupation are very obvious, but look closer and you will discover its Caribbean soul. Located just north of Trinidad and Tobago, this beautiful island will enchant you with its unique blend of beaches,Read More →