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Bélizon is a town in French Guiana. In the 1950s, it was used as a station for the French Legionnaire up the river Comté and for the prisoners that were trained to cultivate the cacao tree in that area. It is about 3 hours by boat from Cacao (about 25 miles). There is no road into Bélizon and, as of 2007[update], no population.
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