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Les Anses-d'Arlet is a port town in the overseas territory of Martinique (France). The town covers a total area of approx 26 km2 (10 ml2) and has population around 4,000.
- The brothers Driver and Arlet abandoned their land and property to the French and retreated south. In 1665 the territory was taken by Jesuits, who didn't stay long. The region was gradually inhabited and people took care of the chapels for use of missionaries.
- The first chapel was dedicated to St Anthony of Padua and in 1673 replaced by a church. The church was destroyed in 1762-1763 by the British, and everything else was burnt to the ground. It took several years until the locals rebuilt their homes and the religious buildings.
- Eight years later, two towns were built but continued to have common services for many years. Under a decree issued in June 1837, Martinique was divided into 20 communes. Then was established the town which includes Les Anses-d'Arlet, Diamond and Sainte-Luce.
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|25 November, 2019|