Aquarium de la Guadeloupe
Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Rhum Karukéra
Green Blue Houses
Casino Saint François
village du littoral
Beauport new
Paradoxe

Allée Dumanoir

Landscape - Capesterre Belle Eau

Bordered by a double row of royal palms, it was planted around 1850 by the family Pinel-Dumanoir who owned a dwelling. Despite the many cyclones frequent in Guadeloupe (French West Indies) that have not failed to damage them, it is still majestic. Philippe-François Pinel dit Dumanoir, French dramatic author, was born on July 31, 1806 in Capesterre Belle-Eau. After studying in Paris, he wrote for the theater. His plays (vaudeville, plays, but also operas and ballets) will be a great success in 1828. He signed 194 printed works, including The Case of Uncle Tom (adaptation), To be loved or die, The School Lambel, Griselidis (ballet - 1848). He was director of the "Variety Theater" from 1836 to 1839. He died in Pau in 1865.

Dumanoir Alley bordered by a double row of royal palms
Dumanoir Alley bordered by a double row of royal palms
A rest area nearby
A rest area nearby
Guadeloupe - Dumanoir alley, still majestic
Guadeloupe - Dumanoir alley, still majestic
chemin bleu
vague d'argent
karukera
Beleau Car

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