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A neighborhood of small streets and small houses, it was first

laid out in the 1700s as the residential area for a growing

class of `free coloreds`, a middle class of artisans, clerks

and shopkeepers. You'll find a row of Rastafarian shops along

the first block and a restaurant that sells pate, and a delicious turn-over type pastry stuffed

with meat or vegetables.

Location: General Gade, Charlotte Amalie

Other History nearby:
(Charlotte Amalie) Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul
(Charlotte Amalie) Dutch Reformed Church
(Cruz Bay) Elaine Ione Sprauve Library and Museum
(Vieques) Forte Conde de Mirasol Museum
(Charlotte Amalie) Pissarro Building
(Vieques) Puerto Diablo

06/22 Coming to The Charlotte Amalie area