SSR Memorial Centre for Culture
Located on the far side of the citadel, Plaine Verte is the Muslim quarter of the city and strongly contrasts the glass towers in...
The Chinese have traditionally occupied a quietly industrious position in the life of Port Louis. The region between the two 'friendship...
Fort Adelaide resembles a Moorish fortress. Built by the British, the fort sits high on the crown of a hill, offering splendid views...
In Chinatown, locals line up for honey-glazed pork at the old pagoda.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam St · interesting places nearby
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This simple house museum near the Jardin Plaine Verte was home to Mauritius' father of independence, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, from 1935 until 1968. It's an interesting exhibit on his life, with some fascinating photographs, a collection of his personal belongings and even films about the great man, beloved by all Mauritians.