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Guadeloupe (pop: 230,570) (1,510 square kilometers) is really two islands, separated by the narrow bridged strait of the Rivière Salée. To the west is mountainous egg-shaped Basse-Terre, with the volcano Grande Soufriere (1,484 meters) at its center. It has an area of 848 square kilometers, a total of 150,000 inhabitants, and the administrative capital of the same name on its southwest coast. The commercial capital of Guadeloupe is Pointe-à-Pitre, situated in the flat half of the island, Grande-Terre. Grande-Terre, is triangular in shape and has an area of 590 square kilometers. The names of the two parts shows a most un-Gallic disregard of logic as Basse-Terre is the higher and Grande-Terre is the smaller; possibly they were named by sailors, who found the winds lower on the Basse-Terre and greater on the Grande-Terre side. Click here to go to Guadeloupe Web site.

 

 

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