Marigot, Dominica

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This article is about the Dominican village. For other places that share this name, see Marigot (disambiguation).
Coryphaena hippurus at Marigot fishing port

Marigot is the largest settlement of Saint Andrew Parish in northeastern Dominica. The village has a population of 2,676 people,[1] and is home to a Fisheries Complex as well as the island's main airport. It is the birthplace of local politician Edison James, and cricket umpire Billy Doctrove.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Commonwealth of Dominica (2001). "Population and Housing Census". Roseau, Dominica: Central Statistical Office, Ministry of Finance and Planning. 

Coordinates: 15°32′N 61°18′W / 15.533°N 61.300°W / 15.533; -61.300