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Sculpture for the Roundabout Delayed

The roundabout, or La Tourmente (the circle at the top of the hill in St. Jean), still lacks the sculpture of the Arawak Indian blowing a conch shell - the selection of the design competition that was won by Guillaume Blanchard. The inauguration that was originally planned for August 2006 has been postponed until June 2007 because the metal craftsman in St. Martin who was commissioned to fabricate the sculpture has disappeared! As a result, the project has been reassigned to the Barthélémy Foundry in Crest, La Drome, Provence. The project will take 10 months to complete, after which the sculpture will be transported by boat to St Barts - a voyage of one month. But, at long last, the Arawak will reclaim his rightful position.


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