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Les Traditions de Paque en Seychelles

Seychelles sur la

carte du monde

La ville


Victoria est un ville magnifique. Il y a tres des activite par exemple, plongee sous-marine, nager et marche a pied.

Dans le paye de Seychelles il y a un total de 89, 173 personne. Mais, sa c'est un estimation.

La population

Les Religions de Seychelles

Les langue que le personne de Seychelles parlees sont Anglais, Francais et Seselwa

Les langues parlees

Dans Seychelles le religions regnant est catholique. Seychelles est un paye qui est tres religieux.

Pendant le semaine de paques les seychellois faire les festivals est les fete. Il y a aussi des service religieux dans les eglise et le defiles de rue.


Un repas traditionnel 

Les Traditions 

Un repas traditionnel dans Seychelles est le poisson. un recette pour le poisson est:

Smoked Marlin Salad


  • 1 mango, thinly sliced
  • Half a pineapple, thinly sliced
  • 4 roma tomatoes, thinkly sliced
  • Slices of smoked marlin 
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons of chopped parsley



1 vanilla pod, split

1 tsp ground nutmeg

600ml coconut milk

6 cinnamon leaves or

3 cinnamon sticks

3 large, ripe, plantains

3 tbsp sugar

1 tsp salt


Peel the plantains, cut in half and then half again lengthways.

Place the cinnamon leaves or sticks in the bottom of a pan.

Place the cut plantains on top (with the cut side uppermost) then sprinkle the sugar, salt and nutmeg powder on top.

Add the split vanilla pod then cover with the coconut milk.

Bring to a boil and cook for 10 minutes.

Reduce the heat to medium and cook for a further 35 minutes.

Arrange on a plate and serve.



Daube de Banane


Un dessert


  1. The Seychelles was once a pirate hideout, in particular Anse Forbans (Pirate’s Cove) on Mahé and Côte d’Or on Praslin. It is believed that famous pirate Olivier Levasseur hid a treasure worth more than $160,000 that remains unfound.
  2. Bird Island is home to the heaviest land tortoise living in the wild, Esmeralda, who tips the scales at 670 pounds.
  3. Moyenne Island in Saint Anne Marine National Park is believed to be haunted by a spirit that stands guard over buried treasure.
  4. The coco de mer, native to the islands, produces the largest seed in the world. The distinctly shaped nut can weigh up to 33 pounds. 
  5. Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles, is the smallest in the world and can be easily explored on foot in less than a day.
  6. James Bond author Ian Fleming visited the Seychelles in 1958 looking for adventure and inspiration for his then-latest collection of stories, For Your Eyes Only.
  7. The Seychelles has some of the rarest endemic birds, including the bare-legged Scops-owl, which is so rare that it was once thought to have become extinct before being rediscovered in 1959.
  8. Breadfruit is very popular on the Seychelles and can be eaten in a variety of ways from fried to boiled. Legend has it that anyone who eats it while on the islands will return someday.

Les Autres faits de Seychelles