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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Districts of Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia districts map
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Part of the Windward Islands and located north of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, SAINT LUCIA used to have Quarters as administrative divisions until 2014; these are now called Districts, according to Statoids. In alphabetical order, the 10 districts of Saint Lucia are Anse la Raye (Anse-la-Raye), Canaries, Castries, Choiseul, Dennery, Gros Islet, Laborie, Micoud, Soufrière, and Vieux Fort. Below are these parishes' capital cities, with the exact same names as their districts:

Anse la Raye — Anse la Raye
Canaries — Canaries
Castries — Castries (national capital of St. Lucia)
Choiseul — Choiseul
Dennery — Dennery
Gros Islet — Gros Islet
Laborie — Laborie
Micoud — Micoud
Soufrière — Soufrière
Vieux Fort — Vieux Fort

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