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There's no need to go there especially for the clock itself.
It's very small and unimpressive. Don't get me wrong - it's cute and a nice landmark.
Victoria is the smallest capital of the world and from that area, it's best to go around and...More
Apparently a national monument inaugurated in April 1903 in honour of Queen Victoria.
Located in the middle of the little capital Victoria, you can’t miss it.
I suppose this land mark adds some character to town.
The Clock Tower is at the centre of four roads in the centre of town. Always catches the eye. Is well over 100 years old and well worth seeing - based on the design at Vauxhall Bridge in London. Well worth seeing.
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I stayed in super nice AirBnB on the east side of Mahe island, look for owner Judy. The island has a fantastic bus system that will take you just about everywhere (even the airport) and follows the main road around the... More
I stayed in super nice AirBnB on the east side of Mahe island, look for owner Judy. The island has a fantastic bus system that will take you just about everywhere (even the airport) and follows the main road around the island, all for 50cents USD.