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The island of flowers
It is no coincidence that the island of Martinique was nicknamed Madinina by its first inhabitants before its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1502. In Creole, Madinina means the island of flowers. Martinique is indeed full of flowers of all colors, from the flamboyants with small red flowers that line the roads to frangipani trees with white flowers or pudding-pipe trees with yellow flowers, passing through heliconias and wild orchids at higher altitudes. One can also observe imposing popotes (banana flowers), Gabon tulip trees, hibiscus flowers, bougainvillea, etc.
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