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Saint-Martin

Français Saint-Martin - Collectivité de Saint-Martin (collectivité unique depuis 2007, auparavant une commune de la Région Guadeloupe)

Saint-Martin, dont les habitants sont appelés les Saint-Martinois, est une collectivité française située dans la partie nord de l'île de Saint-Martin (tandis que la moitié sud est connue sous le nom de Sint-Maarten l'une des cinq régions des Antilles néerlandaises).

English Saint Martin - Collectivity of Saint Martin

The Collectivity of Saint Martin is in the northern part of Saint Martin, a tropical island in the northeast Caribbean, approximately 240 km (150 miles) east of Puerto Rico. The 38-square-mile (98 km²) island is divided roughly in half between France and the Netherlands. It is one of the smallest inhabited landmasses in the world that is divided between two nations. The northern French half is an overseas collectivity and a constituent part of the French Republic. The southern Dutch half is called Sint Maarten and is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Collectively the two territories are known as "Saint-Martin / Sint Maarten", "Saint Martins", or simply "SXM." (SXM is the IATA identifier for Princess Juliana International Airport, the island's main airport). The island lies near Anguilla, Saint Barthelemy, and the British Virgin Islands.


Short name Saint Martin
Official name Collectivity of Saint Martin
Status Overseas collectivity and constituent part of the French Republic (French since 1648)
Location Caribbean
Capital Marigot
Population 35,334 inhabitants
Area 52 km²
Major language(s) French
Major religion(s) Roman Catholicism
More information Saint Martin, Geography of Saint Martin, History of Saint Martin and Politics of Saint Martin
More images Saint Martin - Saint-Martin (France) (Category).

General maps

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English: CIA World Factbook map of Saint-Martin

French: Carte de Saint-Martin

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Dutch: Ligging van Sint Maarten binnen Guadeloupe

English: Location of Saint-Martin relative to Saint Barthelemy and islands of the French overseas region of Guadeloupe

French: Localisation de Saint-Martin par rapport aux autres îles françaises: Saint-Barthélemy et les îles de la Guadeloupe

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Dutch: Sint Maarten en omgeving

English: The island of Saint Martin and surrounding islands

French: L'île de Saint-Martin et les îles environnantes

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Dutch: Ligging van Sint Maarten binnen de Nederlandse Antillen

English: Location of Saint Martin (French part) relative to Sint Maarten, Saba, and Sint Eustatius

French: Localisation de Saint-Martin (partie française) par rapport à Sint Maarten, Saba, et Sint Eustatius

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Dutch: Kaart van Sint Maarten

English: Map of Saint Martin

French:Carte de Saint-Martin

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Dutch: Kaart van Sint Maarten

English: Topographic map of Saint Martin

French: Carte topographique de Saint-Martin

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Dutch: Kaart van Sint Maarten

English: Map of Saint Martin

French: Carte de Saint-Martin

Satellite maps

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Dutch: Satellietfoto

English: Satellite photo

French: Photo satellite

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