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  1. The penal colony of Cayenne (French: Bagne de Cayenne), commonly known as Devil’s Island (Île du Diable)

    5° 17′ 37″ N, 52° 34′ 59″ W

  2. Ces Iles – c’est l’Île du Diable, Devil’s Island, where Dreyfus was sent, Île Royale and Île Saint-Joseph, which make the Salut (Salvation) Islands off the coast of French Guiana.

  3. Îles du Salut (Salvation’s Islands), 5° 17′ N, 52° 35′ W,
    off the coast of Kourou, French-Guiana

  4. Îles du Salut or Salvation’s Islands, French Guiana.
    Former penal colony.
    5°17’12.32″N 52°35’2.23″W

  5. Papillon, among other prisoners, stayed there for a few years ! Îles du Salut in the French Guyane : îles Royale + Saint-Joseph + du Diable (= prison) @ 5.287152° -52.584069° !

  6. The Salvation’s Islands (Îles du Salut), Cayenne municipality, French Guiana

  7. Îles du Salut, French Guyana
    These islands served as prison islands with Alfred Dreyfus being the most known prisoner on the northern Devil’s Island.

    5°17’18.04″ N 52°35’00.06″ W

  8. Iles du Salut or Salvation’s Islands. 6.8 miles off the coast of French Guiana. Île du Diable to the NE, Île Royale to the West and Île Saint-Joseph to the SE. Former penal colony. Devil’s Island (Île du Diable) housed famous political prisoner Dreyfus in 1895-1899.
    5.283N 52.592W

  9. These islands correspond to islands in French Guyana, Devil’s island, St.Joseph and Royal.

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