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Saint Martin: Shopper's paradise and the world of entertainment
Bay of Marigot, the capital of the French part of St. Martin
Philipsburg: capital of the Dutch part and duty free shopping paradise
One island, two cultures: St. Martin is only 12 km in width and 8 km long, but its 88 square kilometers are shared by two independent nations.  French Saint Martin, which is part of the EU and uses the euro as its currency, comprises the northern part, while Dutch Sint Maarten, a self-governing territory of the Netherlands royal dynasty, uses the Antilles guilder and covers the south. There’s no real border, but the two halves still differ. The French part is dominated by savoir vivre and elegant restaurants, posh hotels, grand cafés and a lively nightlife, while the Dutch part is a duty-free shopper’s paradise offering everything under the sun from international designer fashion to the latest developments in electronics. All this is held together by an outer ring of fine, white sandy beaches…

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