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Arms of Martinique

Administrative division

Martinique is a French Overseas Département, situated in the Caribbean.

Martinique is divided into 34 communes:
Basse-Pointe - Bellefontaine - Case-Pilote - Ducos - Fonds-Saint-Denis - Fort-de-France - Grand'Rivière - Gros-Morne - La Trinité - L'Ajoupa-Bouillon - Le Carbet - Le Diamant - Le François - Le Lamentin - Le Lorrain - Le Marigot - Le Marin - Le Morne-Rouge - Le Morne-Vert - Le Prêcheur - Le Robert - Le Vauclin - Les Anses-d'Arlet - Les Trois-Îlets - Macouba - Rivière-Pilote - Rivière-Salée - Sainte-Anne - Sainte-Luce - Sainte-Marie - Saint-Esprit - Saint-Joseph - Saint-Pierre - Schœlcher

Coat of arms

Coat of arms (crest) of Martinique
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The arms were not officially granted.

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