Ti Rocher

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Ti Rocher
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Ti Rocher
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Coordinates: 13°49′07″N60°55′44″W / 13.81858°N 60.92880°W / 13.81858; -60.92880 Coordinates: 13°49′07″N60°55′44″W / 13.81858°N 60.92880°W / 13.81858; -60.92880
Country Saint Lucia
Quarter Micoud

Ti Rocher is a town on the island of Saint Lucia; it is located at the northern end of the island towards its heart, near Four Roads Junction, Dubrassay, and Trois Pitons.

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