In the Port Louis district, no fewer than 66 national monuments have been designated. The Rum Warehouse Building near Immigration Square was deproclaimed and dismantled but a new national monument, the old wooden home of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, has been added to the list. While some of the Port Louis monuments are buildings, such as the General Post Office, Fort Adelaide, Line Barracks, Trou Fanfaron Police Station near the Port Louis waterfront, and Government House, others are statues and tombs. There are 62 other national monuments throughout the country.
Despite the listing of buildings and statues for preservation, the names of many historical areas are not being retained. Streets with colonial or evocative names have been renamed for indigenous politicians and contemporary figures. The landmark Place D'Armes is preserved in people's minds by that name, despite its new name of Place Sookdeo Bissoondoyal.
At the northwestern end of the island, against a backdrop of mountains, is Port Louis, the island's main city. Port Louis is a flourishing capital that gives the visitor a scintillating introduction
The well-planned wide streets in the old section of Mahébourg still bear testimony to this Dutch and French colonial past. After the French chose Port Louis as the main port Mahébourg declined into
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About 7km north of Mahebourg, Vieux Grand Port has great historical significance for Mauritius. The Dutch made Vieux Grand Port their base and called it Fort Fredrick Henric. About 4km from Mahebourg
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Fort Adelaide is also called the Citadel because it resembles a Moorish fortress, high on the crown of the hill. It is one of the four forts in and around Port Louis that were built by the British.