I remember the restoration of this monument was a project back...

Paatrick Gaspard - May 7 2013, 5:17 PM

I remember the restoration of this monument was a project back in the years 87-88 when I was working at ISPAN.

It's a good initiative and I think they should include other monuments like the ancient sugar factories.

Specialy the ones in Plaine du Cul de sac, are really magnificents

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