A very colorful place in the center of V Victoria
To get acquainted with the city and the life of the islanders, it is worth visiting at least once. Pure cleaners and pedants, they’ll like it, a sense of chaos, lack of comfort and the smell of fish will accompany you. Small in area, on the ground floor they sell fresh and dried fish, meat (in a separate snack), vegetables, fruits and souvenirs, on the second floor there is a Creole restaurant and souvenir shops. Measurement on the market is a handful on the counter or in a bag. It is rare for anyone to see scales and even more so, a cash register. For you will be asked to clean the fish 25 rupees. It is sold individually or in bundles, if small. They do not like to bargain. But then you can see the variety of fish in local waters.
Mission Lodge Lookout
This place is located high above sea level and from there a magnificent view of the ocean is surrounded by green mountains. At one time, this view was very impressed with the English Queen Elizabeth II, who admired him from a shady arbor during tea. Ne...Show more
The Freedom Monument is a historical monument located on the 5th June Ave, behind the stadium, overlooking Mount Trois Freres. A sculpture of a man and woman holding a national flag cast in bronze, designed by Tom Bowers. It was opened in 2014 in honor ...Show more
This city was opened in September 1953, and then it was restored with charitable funds. The temple has its own great and highest towers, those killed inside make a huge impression. Come under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church. People should visi...Show more
Kenvin House is another architectural landmark in the capital of Victoria, which emphasizes the colonial style and elegant beauty of the buildings of this small capital. It was built in the 1850s and has long been a residential home for Dr. Henry Brooks...Show more