Fort-de-France is the capital of France's Caribbean département d'outre-mer of Martinique. It has a population of about 135,000. It is considered one of the major cities of the Caribbean. The fort was soon destroyed, and rebuilt in 1669, when Louis XIV appointed the Marquees of Baas as governor general.
Visit La Savane which is the central park of Fort de France. This place is surrounded by beautiful gardens, lush greenery, and the statue of Napoleons Empress Josephine.
Schoelcher Library is a library that was built by France in 1889. The structure was shipped piece by piece to the island. This is considered a monument to slavery abolitionist Victor Schoelcher.