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    Côte Nord is St.Anaïs' largest départissement and houses the nation's capital,Franceville. The region is also fairly rugged and froms the northern end of St.Anaïs' main island.
View of Franceville from the air. Franceville was originally founded by Spanish colonists in 1763 and was known as Puerto Alegre. However when a group of French colonists arrived in 1790 they defeated the Spaniards and overtook the islands. The French renamed the capital after their homeland.
The St.Anaïsien Parliament Building. Originally built as a manor for a wealthy French merchant in 1892 the house later became a museum and when St.Anaïs gained independence it was converted into the centre of parliament.(The flags of the various départissements are flown in front of the building)
ctenorddec2704129236824.pngMediterainen Bright pastel coloured houses on the Franceville waterfront.
The Picardie Shopping Centre
Pont Rousseau(Rousseau Bridge) crosses the LaCroix Valley near the small village of St.Jérome.
Aéroport International du Jean LaPierre is the main gateway for flights into St.Anaïs. It is easily accessable by tram,bus,car and ferry and is about 5 minutes from Franceville. The top picture is the old airport and the one below it is the new one.

The Hotel Royale is one of the most prestigious hotels in the country.

The Marché Espagnol(Spanish Market) is one of the handful of Spanish colonial buildings in the country

The National Courthouse

The Tram in Franceville is a small system with two lines,red and blue. The red line encircles the city and it is easy to reach any destination while the blue line runs to the airport. Although the tram only serves Franceville there are plans to extend the network to serve the entire départissement.

The National Library and Archives 

The Université de St.Anaïs is the country's only university.

The George Carteau Concert Hall hosts numerous events from theatre to opera and rock concerts to classical orchestras. The building is famous for its unusual design which many say resemble a lotus. It was designed by the late Anaïsien architect, Charles Marnier.

The village of Port Jamaïque. It is located only 5 minutes from Franceville which makes it famous for people wanting to spend the day away from the bustle of the city without going far.


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