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Roseau

30 May, 2009

Visit Roseau in the Exotic Caribbean

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The city of Roseau has many distinct and unique features that will impress you and your curious mind because not only are there intriguing homes, businesses, architecture, and artifacts, but there is also a wonderful history behind anything and everything in this city located in Dominica. This city is the largest in Dominica and also boasts the title of being its capital and is built on the site of the Kalinago Indian village named Sairi.

The city is very important and it is one of those places where there is always a story to tell behind every event, building, or artifact that you can lay your eyes on. You will meet tons of interesting people if you travel to Roseau and you will be able to learn about all of the things that they have to tell you about the city and its fascinating history.

A brief look at the history of the city reveals struggles and battles over the ownership of this land dating as far back as the native people that lived on this island surrounded by bodies of water such as the Caribbean Sea and the aptly named Roseau River. Later on, there were battles here between the British and the French over the land after Europeans began arriving and colonizing in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

There are many people that commute to the wonderful city every day to deal in business, luxury, and leisure because there are many surrounding suburban families that are attracted to the city for the opportunities that it gives to everyone. There is always something to do in Roseau ranging from market places to sports events and cultural experiences that you would never be able to experience anywhere else. Obtaining a travel guide will assist you in finding all the local highlights. If you travel to this city you will surely have an enlightening visit that will leave you wanting to come back and re-live it all again.

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