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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Saint-Denis, Réunion

Searchable Map and Satellite View of Saint-Denis using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Saint-Denis, the administrative capital of the overseas département of France Réunion.

It is the largest town on the island, located at the mouth of the Saint-Denis River on the north coast with a ferry port to Taomasina, Madagascar and Port Louis on Mauritius.

Saint-Denis has a city population of about 140,000 inhabitants. Spoken languages are Réunion Creole and French.

The map shows a city map of Saint-Denis with main roads and streets, Roland Garros International Airport (IATA code: Run) is located east of the city.

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Saint Denis former town hall
The former town hall of Saint-Denis with the Victory column.
Image: North OTI
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Local Time Réunion:
Tuesday-July-7  08:37  
Time zone: Reunion Time (RET) :: UTC/GMT +4 hours
Google Maps: Map of Saint-Denis, territorial capital of the French overseas département Réunion.
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