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The once magnificent Town Hall of Curepipe laid its first stone at its current location on the 4th of February 1902 by governor Sir Charles Bruce. The story behind the building somehow dates since earlier than the year of its foundation and construction at Curepipe. We must somehow understand … Continue reading
Away from the buzz of urbanism, this little family of the 1970s living in a straw house somewhere in a village in Mauritius didn't ask for much. This simple lifestyle was rather common in the years before and it could be said that living as such brought a different happiness. Probably if we try … Continue reading
For those who have been able to enjoy Port Louis in the 1970s will certainly remember this scene, when a lot of those old buildings still stood. On the bottom right we have the Port Louis Town Hall (the new one actually) and the Municipal Theatre on the bottom left. In front of the Town Hall … Continue reading
Found in the very heart of Mauritius, in Moka, Eureka is the ideal place to enjoy the inland beauty of the island. Behind 'La Maison Créole', colonial house converted into a museum and the picturesque green surroundings. The house was built by Mr. Carr, a british notable who wanted to be … Continue reading