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  1. Samurr
    Martinique's cuisine is a rich fusion of French, African and Creole flavors with seafood taking the spotlight. Fishy favorites, such as conch, crab and lobster, have been given a French edge in.
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  2. Zolozil
    Currently, % of the population of Martinique is urban (, people in ) Population Density The population density in Martinique is people per Km 2 ( people per mi 2), calculated on a total land area of 1, Km2 ( sq. miles).
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  3. Nikohn
    Martinique: the creole school. A french school in the heart of a paradise island of the French caribbean, overlooked by the famous Mount Pelée volcano, where culture and tradition thrive in a unique natural setting: turquoise waters, heavenly white sand beaches, .
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  4. Kigis
    Out of so many hotels in Martinique we can help you book the perfect hotel room, whether it's a deal on a cheap hotel in Martinique for a long stay or multiple hotels for a trip across Martinique, we have a range of hotel to suit every individual need from the top 5-star hotels in Martinique to hotels with a swimming pool, free breakfast and gym.
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  5. Sara
    Offering a striking diversity of landscapes and atmospheres, Martinique is a cosmopolitan and sophisticated island that boasts world-class beaches, top-notch hiking, great culinary experiences, an enormous array of activities and some colourful cultural life. Grande Anse des Salines.
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  6. Grozil
    About Martinique This Gallic toehold in the Caribbean exudes a distinctly French air, enticingly spiced up by West Indian warmth. Local culture and cuisine combine both influences. The stylish isle is dominated by Mount Pelee, which destroyed the city of St. Pierre in
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  7. Tushakar
    The COVID pandemic in Martinique is part of the ongoing global viral pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID), which was confirmed to have reached the French overseas department and region of Martinique on 5 March Background. On 12 January , the World Disease: COVID
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  8. Voodoojora
    A massive catch of fish in Martinique has been declared illegal by authorities there, media reports say. Photos and videos of the catch were posted on social media showing a curious group of individuals, including tourists, looking on as the fish were being off loaded. According to the online news source robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo, fishermen from Le Marin brought back the estimated one ton of fish to the Anse.
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