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About Gouyave

Situated on the western side of the island, Gouyave, sometimes called the Fishing Capital of Grenada, Action city or bacchanal city, it’s the town that never sleeps. The town of Gouyave gained notoriety on Sat.2nd March 1795, when Julien Fedon, “a free coloured planter” who owned a large estate in Belvidere, St. John’s led a revolt against the British in what is called the Fedon’s Rebellion. Called Charlotte Town, after British Queen and Duncan ’s Town, the town was called Gouyave because it was abundant in Guava.

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