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Concordia Hill

Marigot, St Martin / St Maarten
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Border crossing

This is the border where you can be on the French-Dutch crossing. Its a historic little stop on... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2017
lollygal
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New York City, New York
Worth A Visit

Well worth a visit to this borderline between the Dutch and the French. Two countries working well... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2017
Scott D
,
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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The site where the Treaty of Concordia was signed in 1648, establishing joint control over the island by the French and Dutch.
  • Excellent14%
  • Very good58%
  • Average28%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
18 Feb 2017
“Worth A Visit”
3 Apr 2017
“Border crossing”
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Marigot, St Martin / St Maarten
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Reviewed 3 April 2017

This is the border where you can be on the French-Dutch crossing. Its a historic little stop on your island tour

Thank lollygal
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Well worth a visit to this borderline between the Dutch and the French. Two countries working well together, making this island special. Good surrounding views from here too.

Thank Scott D
Reviewed 13 February 2016

This lookout is great for some pics of the island. It marks a point where the Dutch and French met in peace - love a happy ending. It is worth stopping for the view alone.

Thank Alan B
Reviewed 10 February 2016

this is on the French- Dutch crossing , you drive out past the air port and it will take you there, there are shops in the area, some photo opp's , was part of a day trip we were doing during our 2wks on the...More

Thank patrick l
Reviewed 11 March 2012

A nice marker showing the division of the island between the Dutch & French which achieved through peaceful means. The area has a very small pullover area to read the plaque on a mini stone commerative historical landmark. Dutch, French & EU flags adourn the...More

4  Thank Terry M
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