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The Basse-Terre courthouse is an architectural building located in the city of Basse-Terre. Built in 1934 to become the seat of the courts of justice (public prosecutor’s office, court of appeal and court house), it has been classified as a historical monument since 1997.

The courthouse of Basse-Terre was built in 1935 by the architect Ali-Georges Tur as part of a global project of the Ministry of the Colonies to promote the development of the prefecture of Guadeloupe – after the damage caused by the passage Hurricane Okeechobee in September 1928 and in the context of celebrations of the tercentenary of the French presence on the island – which also included the prefecture hotel of Guadeloupe and the palace of the General Council.

On December 15, 1997, the palace is classified as a historical monument

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