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Jardin de Balata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The garden was begun in 1982 by horticulturist Jean-Philippe Thoze and opened to the public in 1986. It is set on former farmland with picturesque views of the Pitons du Carbet. Today the garden contains about 3,000 varieties of tropical plants from around the world, including 300 types of palm trees.

Jardin de Balata - Wikipédia

Commencé en 1982 par son propriétaire, Jean-Philippe Thoze, grâce à sa collection de plantes personnelles, il a été ouvert au public le 19 avril 1986. Horticulteur passionné et créateur du jardin, Jean-Philippe Thoze a réuni une magnifique et exceptionnelle collection d'essences tropicales : des anthuriums, des hibiscus, des nymphéas exotiques, des roses de porcelaine, des héliconias, des pandanus panaché ou bien encore des dracénas et des balisiers.

Musée départemental d'archéologie Jérôme-Carcopino

Le Musée départemental d'archéologie Jérôme Carcopino est situé dans le Fort de Matra à Aléria en Haute-Corse. Le Fort de Matra a été classé en 1962 monument historique. Dès 1963, il a accueilli un dépôt archéologique, suite à la reprise des fouilles archéologiques du site de la ville antique d' Aleria, toute proche.

Route nationale 2 (Martinique)

La Route nationale 2, ou RN 2, est une route nationale française en Martinique de 39 km, qui relie Fort-de-France (où elle est connectée à sa rocade) au Morne-Rouge par la côte Caraïbe via Saint-Pierre au nord de l'île.

St. Louis Cathedral, Fort-de-France

St. Louis Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Saint-Louis de Fort-de-France) is a late 19th-century Romanesque Revival church that serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Fort-de-France in Martinique, an overseas department of France. It is located in the downtown area of the capital city at the intersection of rue Victor Schoelcher and rue Blénac.

Fort Saint Louis (Martinique)

Fort Saint Louis (often hyphenated as Fort Saint-Louis) is a seaside fortress in Fort-de-France, Martinique. The present-day fort has evolved from earlier strongholds that were erected on the site as early as 1638, and has been known in previous incarnations as Fort Royal and Fort de la Republique.

La Savane

La Savane is a 12½ acre park located on the Fort-de-France Bay in Martinique. It was formerly known as Jardin du Roi (garden of the king) and its first purpose is said to have been to harbour scientific experiments on plants that were new to the colony at that time.