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  • 1 District of the Centre Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    rue des Domaines F - Saint-Pierre

    To gain a better insight into the extent of the devastation caused in 1902, head for the Centre district and the Frank-Perret Volcanic Museum, which charts the eruption step by step. The deliberately conserved ruins dotted around the streets also pai..

  • 2 Centre for the Scientific Discovery of the Planet Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Habitation Perrinelle F - 97250 Saint-Pierre

    An absolute must! This scientific, educational and cultural centre stages temporary and permanent exhibitions devoted to volcanoes, earthquakes and cyclones. Take the time to watch the "Volcans des Antilles" documentary film, which is extre..

  • 3 Depaz Distillery Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Plantation de la Montagne pelée F - 97250 Saint-Pierre

    To find out more about agricultural rum, visit the Depaz Distillery. This sugarcane plantation has been masterfully taken over by Victor Depaz, whose entire family died during the volcanic eruption of 1902. Tours are free of charge and can be taken w..

  • 4 Mouillage neighbourhood Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    place Bertin F - Saint-Pierre

    If any single district exemplifies the Martiniquais determination to fight back after the devastation caused in 1902, it is that of Le Mouillage. Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral was renovated just 20 years after the eruption, and an exact replic..

  • 5 Fort neighbourhood

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    rue Royale F - Saint-Pierre

    To the north, the Fort neighbourhood is the oldest district of Saint Pierre, and was built, as its name suggests, around the 17C fort. Its cobbled lanes make for a pleasant stroll, and here, as in other parts of the town, you will see traces of the e..

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