The iron metal work of the building is fantastic. Stop just to see the architecture. The exterior paintwork is eye-catching, in a bizarre way. This is not a public library in the North American sense, so you will not be reading here. Built in Paris in 1887, then shipped to Martinique and re-assembled in Fort-de-France in 1893, the building is the architectural highlight of a city better left alone.
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