Village sights in Guadeloupe
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Le Moule served as an early French capital of Guadeloupe, and was an important Native American settlement in pre-colonial times. It's an authentic provincial town with a bustling main street, fish market, cinema, a few art galleries and a scenic harbor. Major archeological excavations have taken place in the area and Guadeloupe's archeological museum, on the outskirts of town, is well worth a visit.
The wide town square has a few historic buildings, including the town hall and a Neoclassical Catholic church. Along the river are some discernible waterfront ruins from an old customs building and a fortress dating back to the original French settlement.
There's also a lovely…