Iles Des Saints, Guadeloupe
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Panoramic photo by Frank Taylor PRO EXPERT Taken 16:10, 11/12/2009 - Views loading...

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Iles Des Saints, Guadeloupe

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This shot was taken near Fort Napoleon on Terre de Haute - the main populated island of Iles Des Saintes in Guadeloupe.  The museum is only open 9 AM to Noon - something we learned the hard way by walking all the way up the hill to the fort 5 minutes after they closed!  But, this view made it worth the trip!

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