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“The "ship house" and shed with equipment to torture African slaves nithb made me cry Well worth driving the narrow road up from Trois I'lets to view, despite gasping as huge tour buses passed going the opposite way.”
“My wife and I toured Habitation Clement with a group of tourists from our Celebrity Summit (Caribbean East) Cruise Ship and were thoroughly awed with the history learned of the island, this site and the history of...”
“The knowledgeable staff will help you find the Rum that you enjoy most; the grounds are historic and impeccable; the views are tremendous”
“Please visit and simply be awed by the views and a deep shared history of the colonizer and slave.”
“It’s a memorial constructed to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the West Indies and also to mark the site where a ship full of stolen African men and women drowned when the ship wre...”
“We took Route de la Trace, which offers great views, nature, beautiful Balata Cathedral etc, before we end up in Depaz Rhum Distillery and St. Pierre(city that was destroyed 1902, when Mt. Pelee Volcano erupted).”