Port Louis – Ferriere Street and the Government Printing

Port Louis Ferrier Street SBM IBL

Port Louis, Dr Ferrière Street, before the stone building of the Government Printing was pulled down to be replaced by the actual State Bank of Mauritius back in 1991. The building on the right still serves as one of the Blyth Brothers branches. It is also said that the Government Printing building dates back to the French period and was previously a bakery (boulangerie du Roi) during the times of Mahe de Labourdonnais, which was then taken by the Government printing during the British occupation.

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