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All reviews beautiful building free wifi eiffel tower private collection inside the building tile work wrought iron definitely worth a visit quick visit nice architecture shopping area short walk cruise ship books shipped interior france
Cool 19th century architecture, that pre fabricated and ship to Fort de France. It is a free public library where you can check out books of all genres by French writers. I love the colors, the woodwork, the iron work, dome with its skylights, the...More
It is hard to miss this place, as it is placed by Savannah park, so you just walk into it often. I always try to find an extra moment to feast my eyes on it when i come to Martinique. A perfect example of architectural...More
This library was originally built for the 1889 Paris Exposition, then dismantled, shipped to Martinique and reassembled. It features many old volumes on high shelving, and intricate tile work. Only certain sections areas are available for the touristy public to see but it is certainly...More
The Schoelcher Library is an attractive building built of concrete, wrought iron and wood an easy walk only a few blocks from the cruise ship terminal. Originally built in Paris, but shipped and reassembled at it's current site in 1893 and named in honor of...More
We arrived in Fort de France on April 18 2018 on a cruise ship. We had not planned excursion and had decided to just take a short walk about the town. On the pier we noticed a couple peddle taxis (firstname.lastname@example.org) near by and asked...More