French Guiana

French Guiana is an abroad division of France on the upper east bank of South America, made principally out of tropical rainforest. The remnants of seventeenth century Fort Cépérou ignore the capital, Cayenne, with its bright Creole houses and road markets. Shops and bistros encompass the palm-filled primary square, Place des Palmistes. The Rémire-Montjoly suburb is fixed with Atlantic coast shorelines.