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In the centre of Victoria, Mahe. It was inaugurated on 1st April 1903 as a memorial to Queen Victoria. As pleasant as is, it is not particularly remarkable but is one of the oldest historic buildings in the Seychelles
This is right in the middle of a roundabout in the capital Victoria, it’s a very nice clock, not sure it’s worth the time to visit on its own but if you are going to Victoria to have a look around it’s worth having a...More
The clock tower is a landmark in Victoria (capital city of Seychelles) and perhaps one of the iconic historical features of that city. It was made by an enterprise in Croydon, England, whose nameplate was «Gillet & Johnson» which was specialised in the manufacture of...More
Given its location, it is the roundabout in a very busy part of town, it is amazing that this clock tower remains unscathed. OK, the speeds are not great, but there is plenty of traffic. The clock tower is unmissable, and worth a quick photo...More
Mahe Island the capital of Seychelles might not be as big as London but then they surely have their own 'Big Ben' popularly known as Clock Tower. It might be very small but a very popular place and meeting point in Victoria. Pay a visit...More
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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.