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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. 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

  7. 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

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

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