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Saint Pierre Ravine Des Cabris
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La Ravine des Cabris est une des premières zones de peuplement de Saint Pierre. Marquée par un passé profondément rural où la canne à sucre, la mangue et le café constituaient les principales productions agricoles. Aujourd'hui, le quartier s'est urbanisé et est devenu en l'espace d'une quinzaine d'années le principal lieu résidentiel de la ville. Le quartier a su conserver son cachet pittoresque et authentique.

C'est ici que la légende de "grand-mère Kal" est née : Vieille femme aigrie errant  à la recherche d'enfants à dévorer. Plus prosaïquement, il s'agirait d'une esclave nommée Kal qui se serait jetée dans la ravine par dépit suite à la mort de son fils.

Ravine des Cabris is one of the first zones of population of Saint-Pierre.  Marked by its past times
deeply rural, the sugar cane, the mango and coffee constituted the principal agricultural productions.  Today, the neighborhood becomes urbanized and tends to be, in the space of around fifteen years, the principal residential place of the city. The neighborhood knew how to preserve his picturesque and authentic character. It is here that the legend of "grandmother Kal" was born:  Old embittered woman roaming to the research of children to devour. Prosaically it would be a slave woman named Kal who would have desperately thrown herself in the river after the death of her son.

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