Adam *

Adam *

Posted on 09/19/2008


Photo taken on June 24, 2006


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thérèse
Therese


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When Mahe was French

When Mahe was French
Mahe was a French colony - the size of a large village -on the west coast of India until the 1950s. It was part of the colony of Pondicherry, located on the east coast of India. This 'station of the cross' is in the church of St Therese. Note the French inscription.

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Christine Valin
Christine Valin
My grandson's name is Mahé. Evidently there are 3 places in the world named Mahé. In India,the Seychelle Islands and in China. Strange that you took these photos in Mahé. He was born a month ago only.
8 years ago.
Adam * has replied to Christine Valin
I knew about the Seychelles, but not about China! Congratulations for Mahé's birth!
8 years ago.
Christine Valin
Christine Valin
Thanks Adam! He is such a pleasure.
8 years ago.