This unique historical site was registered as a historical monument in March of 2003 and consists of a network of pipes used to draw water from its source to the neighborhood of St. Francis.
Built in the early part of the 18th century, these water works were built from stone and formed an aqueduct, reservoir, and circular pool. A simple arch and a vaulted tank with a gable roof make up the site which is a nice stop for those interested in architecture.
Those wishing to visit Aqueduc et Réservoir de Petite Guinée may choose to book their trip in Basse Terre, as travelers to this part of Guadeloupe will have easy access to this historic attraction during their visit. There isn't much congestion in the area near the historic site, particularly since there is such a limited selection of hotel booking options nearby.
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Aqueduc et Réservoir de Petite Guinée will be a great choice for guests wanting to pick from a relatively impressive selection of nearby restaurants. The closest eatery is Le Jazzy's and Jam Tribu where you and your companions can try a bit of French cuisine and enjoy the culture of Guadeloupe., which dishes out Chinese food. The eatery is a brief ways away, but removed enough that you will decide to make arrangements for employing a mode of transport to get there. Also close-by, you and your party will have options like
Location: Quartier de Petite Guinée, Basse Terre, Basse-Terre
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