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Andohalo Cathedral

Cathedrale Catholique d'Andohalo

Similar to Notre Dame but much less decorated. Still a very nice sight worth having a look at. The biggest church in the country!

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  • Antananarivo

    Unpronounceable? Then just remember Tana and you will be fine! The capital of this island has much to offer! Don't even think to miss it!

  • Zoo Tsimbazaza

    Been to the nature reserves and not seen the endemic species in wild? Don't dispair! Come to meet them in the zoo. Still a nice experience!

  • Ancient Palace of Justice

    This impressive estate with red façade and arcades made of Neoclassical columns was once a royal court. It's home of the Prime Minister.

  • La Medina Day Spa

    This celestial spa is a sanctuary for the soul. Be it tired, stressed out, here you will regain your confidence after connecting with your body.

  • Mahamasina Municipal Stadium

    Football and rugby matches are the main attractions which draw people to this stadium. It can seat up to 23,000 people.

  • Hill of Alasora

    The historic site was once a place of great importance. Now only ruins and tombs can be found here. Still worth visiting!

  • Rova of Antananarivo

    Situated on Analamanga, one of the twelve hills of Imerina, this royal complex features the opulence of Malagasy kings.

  • Iavoloha Palace

    The president resides in this excellent and admirable estate. It can be reached easily. Only fifteen kilometres from Antananrivo.

  • Ambohitsorohitra Palace

    This palace serves as presidential offices. However it is not the official residence of the president. Its purpose is rather symbolic.

  • Mausoleum of the Prime Minister Rainiharo

    The Prime minister of Kingdom of Madagascar who ruled the country for 20 years was buried here. And later his sons, too.

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