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Stay To Get Away - Lopinot

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The village of Lopinot is rich in pre-independence history of Trinidad.

Nestled in the foothills of the Northern Range, just North of Arouca, the village is named after French soldier, Count Joseph Charles de Lopinot.

C News Cameraman Rodney David recently joined the Ministry of Tourism on a visit to the historic site.

Karen Cozier Phillip tells the story.

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