On December 2008, the Central Bank of Seychelles published a special second edition of its publication that traces the history of paper currencies in the Seychelles, dating from the period of French colonization to the present.
Entitled “History of Paper Currency in the Seychelles,” the new 55-page booklet, in full colour, should prove useful not only to banknote collectors but also for educational purposes, as it includes a section which describes the flora & fauna appearing on the most recent paper currencies of the islands.
I remember reading the then-strange book while a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
From 1891-1895, Claude Monet lived in an apartment across from the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
The island is administered by the US Air Force, which uses it as a mid-Pacific refueling stop and as an emergency landing area. Consult the political or physical Oceania maps (under the References tab: If it’s 3pm in the US capital of Washington, DC, what time is it in Japan’s principal city of Tokyo? First, by going to the Government section of the Japan entry and checking out the “Capital” entry.
One of the subfields lists the ‘time difference’ between the capitals.
They include Adrian Skerrett (conservationist), Dr. Jeanne Mortimer (biologist and conservationist), Julien Durup (archivist and historian), Kantilal Jivan Shah (historian, naturalist, conservationist, artist, photographer, healer, numismatist and philatelist) and Stella Doway (Senior Museum Curator).
By the way, the CBS web site still shows the first edition of this book, but I believe that has sold out and that only the second edition is currently available.
We did not see all of the spires or each of the 800 classified buildings and countless half-timbered houses, but we did see enough to know that this is a city that we’d like to visit again.
There’s a ton of history here: The writer Gustav Flaubert was born here and wrote Madame Bovary more than 150 years ago.
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