Southern parts of Roseau Downtown are home to many important churches. The biggest one is the Roman Catholic Cathedral but also the Methodist and Anglican churches are located in the area.
But it is not only churches and cemeteries. The area has many other important buildings too and many people also live there.
In the south, downtown area borders with the suburb of Newtown. The public library, House of Assembly building and State House (former Governor's Residence) are located on the hill between them. Fort Young, a historical fort now converted into a hotel, is also on the same hill.
Roseau photographs of this site are taken by Niko Lipsanen. The pictures on this page are taken in November and December, 2007. Older images (taken in 1999 and 1993) can be found at the old Roseau Photo Gallery.