Martinique

Martinique is a French Caribbean island. It was charted by Columbus in 1493.

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Why is French spoken in Martinique?

La Martinique is a French oversea possession. People living there are French citizens. The same goes for La Guadeloupe and French Guiana in the same area.
because they are a reigon of france
Martinique is an overseas department of France (similar to a US territory such as Puerto Rico).
Martinique is a part of France so French is the official language. They also speak other languages too, including the Martinique creole (akin to the Haitian creole, but closer to French).

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What plants are in Martinique?

Martinique has a wide variety of plant life. Some of the plants which grow there are mangroves, orchids, ferns, and morning glories.

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Is martinique a masculine or feminine country?

Martinique is part of France, which has all kinds of people including masculine and feminine.

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What type of government does Martinique have?

Democratic

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What do the colors on the Martinique flag mean?

It represents a french vessel

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Is same-sex marriage legal in Martinique?

Yes, effective May 28, 2013.

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What percentage of martinique speaks french?

Nearly everybody speaks French in La Martinique. This is the official language, taught in schools and used in businesses, administrations, etc... In addition, a large proportion of people also use Creole French, a spoken language derived from French.

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Is Martinique a part of France a region of Paris?

La Martinique is a big island in the Carribbean. This is part of France, but not a region of Paris which is on the mainland.

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Which country is martinique dependent on?

jamaica

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What does the French la martinique mean in English?

la Martinique is a French island in the Carribbean. It was discovered by Christopher Columbus who named it after the name it had among the locals at the time, Madidina, 'the island of flowers'.

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What can you do in martinique?

you can swim with tamed sting rays and you can feed them.and you can go to the beach too. and the triniday is a fun festival to go to. Its a good place to go for vacation.

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How is the weather in Martinique?

Martinique temperatures during the daytime average in the mid 80s Fahrenheit year round , according to the World Weather Organization .

They vary only a few degrees each month.

The islands receives more rain than the average Caribbean destination.

The lowest level of rainfall occurs from February through April, when it experiences about three to four inches of rain per month.

It receives the most rain from August through November, when it averages about 10 inches a month.

It rains 20 days a month from July through October.

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What island lies to the east of Martinique?

Barbados, to the southeast, is the only Caribbean island east of Martinique. Due east but 2500 miles away are the Cape Verde Islands off the coast of Africa.

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How much is an American dollar to martinique money?

idk ...still trying to figure it out because i dont think american dollars are used in martinique

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What holidays are celebrated in martinique?

the same as in France

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In what direction would you have to travel to get from martinique to France?

Northeast

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What famous American poet inspired aime cesaire a famous poet from a french speaken island of martinique?

France is famous for it's wine and pastis

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How long is flight from NYC to Denver Co?

To travel by car, it would take 27 hours. To travel by plane, it would take 4 hours.

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You are interested in the pattern martinique banana leaf from the Beverly Hills hotel but in fabric not wallpaper can anyone tell you if it comes in fabric and who carries it?

Http://www.BeverlyHillsWallpaper.com

Probably one of the most famous wallpaper and fabrics in the world, the Beverly Hills Martinique Banana Leaf Pattern has adorned the hotel for over 60 years.

Known for Luxury and Glamor, both the Beverly Hills Hotels and the Ambassador Hotel used this wallpaper in their coffee shops. You can still see the wallpaper along the corridors and down the staircase heading toward the coffee shop. Once inside the cafe, look around.

Photos and Purchasing are available exclusively through BeverlyHillsWallpaper.com.

This wallpaper and fabric are still produced by the original manufacturer using the original ink colors of green, burgundy, and mustard. At 42 inches tall, this is one of the largest repeating patterns the wallpaper industry has to offer.

Thank you for the question,

Steve Abrams

http://www.SteveAbramsDesigns.com

http://www.DesignerWallcoverings.com

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What is the main religion of Martinique?

The main religion in Martinique is catholicism. But you can also find many people who are Adevntist of the Seventh Day (kinda protestant christian denomination) and Baptists. Those two last are religions very widespread in the West Indies and to the Afro-American people.

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What is Martinique's race?

Mostly Creole

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What country owns martinique Island?

France

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What country does the Martinique islands belong to?

France established a colony on Martinique and the island is still part of France.

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Who is the current president of martinique?

nicolas Sarkosky

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What is martinique's currency?

the euro, since it is a part of france

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