Aapravasi Ghat

The Immigration Depot is a building complex located in on the island of , the first British colony to receive indentured, or contracted, labour workforce from India.

Landmarks in the Area

The Jummah Mosque is a mosque in , dating from the 1850s. is situated 250 meters southeast of Aapravasi Ghat. Photo: Karsten11, CC0.

The Bank of Mauritius is the central bank of the Republic of Mauritius. is situated 350 meters south of Aapravasi Ghat.

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The State Bank Tower is a high-rise building in the capital city of , . is situated 410 meters south of Aapravasi Ghat. Photo: Maral10, Public domain.

The Blue Penny Museum a museum dedicated to history and art of Mauritius, is situated at Caudan Waterfront in , the capital of . is situated 630 meters southwest of Aapravasi Ghat. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Baie-du-Tombeau is a village in located in the , situated near the Rivière du Tombeau. is situated 4½ km north of Aapravasi Ghat.

St. Pierre is a village in the district of Moka in .It is considered to be found in the heart of Mauritius.The climatic conditions is cold and ideal especially during summer with cold breeze. is situated 8 km southeast of Aapravasi Ghat.

Beau-Bassin Rose-Hill is a town in , located in the Plaines Wilhems District, it is administered by the Municipal Council of Beau-Bassin Rose-Hill. is situated 9 km south of Aapravasi Ghat. Photo: Mauritian1, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Ebene is a suburb on the island nation of , 15 kilometres south of the capital, . is situated 10 km south of Aapravasi Ghat. Photo: Starts, CC0.

Aapravasi Ghat

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