The town centre is symbolised by the Clock Tower. Standing on a roundabout, this mini Big Ben was erected in 1903 in memory of Queen Victoria.
The market has been the town's nerve centre since 1840. There you find tropical items such as spices, fish, fruits and vegetables.
Standing around the square are beautiful Creole houses as well as the market street, where you can buy all sorts of Seychellois handicrafts.
Intendant of the French and Bourbon islands (Mauritius and Réunion, respectively) in the 18th century, he is especially known for introducing spice plants to the Seychelles.
This is the only official port in the Seychelles, both for arrivals and departures.
The most beautiful beaches are not too far from the town centre.
Victoria, capital of the Seychelles, named after the famous eponymous queen, is also the only real town on the whole archipelago, with 30,000 inhabitants. Considered the world's smallest capital, there stands the only traffic light of the Seychelles! The market (photo), known as bazaar, built in 1840 and renovated in 1999, is the town's beating heart. There you find tropical items - spices, fish, fruits ...
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