It is Wednesday at 18 p.m. that the first results concerning the built heritage in Saint-Martin will be revealed at the media library, in Concordia. The start of the census, which took place across the country, took place at the start of the year. In total, 536 buildings, more than 2800 illustrations, architectural descriptions and historical information were recorded, specifies the Collectivity.
This project aims to provide “a better understanding of the buildings and town planning of Saint-Martin”. This presentation will be led by Stéphanie Dargaud, director of archives, Michèle Robin-Clerc, expert urban architect, and Elisabeth Dandel, art historian. These data will enrich the Geographic Information System (GIS) of Saint-Martin. _EH
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