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Fort St. Louis

Fort St. Louis is the largest historical monument in St. Martin and is named after King Louis XVI of France, who built a settlement to protect Marigot during his reign. It is located at Marigot Bay.
Philipsburg

Philipsburg

The capital of St. Maarten, Philipsburg is tucked in the southeastern part of the island and is the center for shopping and the local cultural scene. It is located between Great Bay and Great Salt Pond and has been a major commercial hub for the island since the 1700s.
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Marigot

The capital of Saint Martin, Marigot has rows of patisseries and smart bistros that sit side by side with luxury fashion houses. Buildings are reminiscent of Colonial architecture.
The Butterfly Farm

The Butterfly Farm

The Butterfly Farm in Saint Martin has rare varieties of butterflies like the Tree Nymph and Blue Morpho, which can be seen flying in a tropical landscape within a mesh compound. A trip to the butterfly farm is not only beautiful and fun, but also educational.
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Orleans

Orleans is a little piece of 17th Century France. A quiet fishing village, also known as the French Quarter, it is located on the east coast and is believed to be where the French first settled.
Fort Amsterdam

Fort Amsterdam

Located between Great Bay and Little Bay in the southern part of the island, Fort Amsterdam dates back nearly four centuries. It was constructed by Dutch settlers who claimed the island in 1631 and utilized shortly thereafter in battle with Spanish occupiers.
Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit

Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit

Film buffs will really get a kick out visiting the Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit, which houses a number of pieces of movie memorabilia. Some pieces are works created or co-created by artist and owner Nick Maley, who has worked on films, such as Star Wars, Superman, and Highlander.
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Seaside Nature Park

At Seaside Nature Park, there is something for everyone to enjoy whether you love the water or you're more of a land lubber. Some of their more popular activities include guided horseback riding tours across the beach, snorkeling in the waters of Cay Bay, hiking tours through the park, and relaxing at the Beach Bar & Grill.
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