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The Seychelles Natural History Museum is a natural history museum in the Seychelles. The museum is located in next to the main post office in Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles, on Mahé Island. The displays include sections on botany, zoology, geology and anthropology.

Tempio hindu Hinduism in the Seychelles is the second largest religion after Christianity, with more than 2.4{1da120f580be8486dacd2aa8388fc57fb29d9333850cdc8a7c5b1018aa5cd02c} of the population.[1] The Hindu following in Seychelles has seen an increase in the community with the organization of the Seychelles Hindu Kovil Sangam and the consecration of the Navasakti Vinayagar Temple.

Carrefour des Arts, residing in the heart of the Seychelles capital Victoria, features the best of local art and craftwork, with themes drawing extensively on Seychellois traditions, folklore and environment. From illustrations to fabric art, Carrefour des Arts plays host to an array of exciting artistic styles, serving as an outlet for Seychellois creativity while providing visitors with an ideal venue to secure a vivid memento of their island experience. Carrefour des Arts also houses a cafeteria for refreshments and retail outlets for CDs, DVDs, videos and audio tapes produced by Seychellois musicians. An on-site box office sells tickets for local performing arts events and productions. Carrefour des Arts is operated by the National Arts Council of Seychelles for the promotion and direct benefit of local artists.

The Kenwyn house is a gem of the French colonial architecture. It houses an art gallery and and an astonishing jewellery store. it was Built in 1855. Home of JOUEL- the premier luxury retail company in Seychelles- Kenwyn House offers visitors a chance to explore an historical site while browsing through a world-class jewelry selection comprising of six JOUEL collections. The collections: Allure, Splash, Mystique, White fire, Tanzanite and Tropical, are inspired by the Seychelles Islands, made from diamonds, pearls, tanzanite, and other precious gemstones set in gold, silver and platinum. The top floor of Kenwyn House showcases a range of locally made KREOLOR jewelry and craft items made from shells, timber, seeds and 18k gold.