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Ilya asked about Anse Major
Anse Major
If to use bus number 21 and to pass for Bel Ombre small village to a final stop - the region of Danzil, to the right of La Scala restaurant it is possible to see the road leaving on a hill is the beginning of a route on Anse Major. Among all eleven tracks of the reserve Seychelles Morn, this, perhaps, one of the most beautiful.

Having risen on the asphalt road by a hill, on the left side you will see a small lodge with a garden and a souvenir shop, the host tamed a flying fox and allows to communicate with it to any wishing.
http://paradise.travel/blogs/entry/seychelles/my-travel-to-seychelles-anse-major
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Ilya asked about Hindu Temple - Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar
Hindu Temple - Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar
The declaration of the clock as a National Monument was made in 1989 and while the overall outlook of the watch remains the same, it has gone through a couple of spring mechanism replacements in order to make it more effective. During your next visit to the Seychelles, you should definitely include the Clock Tower in Victoria amongst your list of sights to see. http://paradise.travel/blogs/entry/seychelles/the-clock-tower-found-in-victoria
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Ilya asked about Grand Anse - Praslin
Grand Anse - Praslin
Coco de Mer is an exotic palm native to the Seychelles and it is one of the island nation’s popular attractions. The palm’s growth is widespread on Praslin Island and its origins are said to have been from the Maldives. The palm is currently one of the protected plant species found on the island because of its rarity.
Coco de Mer is known by several names including the Seychelles nut, sea coconut, double coconut and coco fesse. Its name if French and it literally translates to coconut of the sea. It was initially discovered by sailors around 1768 and they thought it was akin to a woman’s buttocks which had been disembodied. The seed shells were largely used by European nobles for decorative purposes around the 16th century. Vallee de Mai on Praslin Island is by far the best place to view the Coco de Mer. The park is a heritage UNESCO site and as such the palm is accorded protection from possible extinction.
http://paradise.travel/blogs/entry/seychelles/the-seychelles-attraction-coco-de-mer
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