Photos - Fort-de-France
  • Balata church is supposed to be a smaller replica of the Sacré Coeur in Paris.

    Balata church is supposed to be a smaller replica of the Sacré Coeur in Paris.

  • The Regional Museum of History and Ethnography of Martinique is housed in a beautiful 19th century bourgeois house.

    The Regional Museum of History and Ethnography of Martinique is housed in a beautiful 19th century bourgeois house.

  • The capital of Martinique, Fort-de-France stands overlooking the bay with which it shares its name and has plenty of tourist attractions to offer.

    The capital of Martinique, Fort-de-France stands overlooking the bay with which it shares its name and has plenty of tourist attractions to offer.

  • Originally named Port-Royal, Fort-de-France has only been the capital of Martinique since Saint-Pierre was destroyed in 1902.

    Originally named Port-Royal, Fort-de-France has only been the capital of Martinique since Saint-Pierre was destroyed in 1902.

  • The cathedral in Fort-de-France is noteworthy for its metal framework and stained-glass windows.

    The cathedral in Fort-de-France is noteworthy for its metal framework and stained-glass windows.

  • The rather bizarre Schoelcher Library is the island's most visited monument and it's glass dome is certainly worth the visit!

    The rather bizarre Schoelcher Library is the island's most visited monument and it's glass dome is certainly worth the visit!

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