It is the smallest one of the Big Ben which is in the crossing of the street. This is like a miniature one that I can say.But it is the symbol of the village.
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In the middle of a road crossing there is a small version of the London Big Ben but not verey interesting and not worth a special trip to see it
This is a Victorian clock in the middle of (for Victoria) a busy junction in the centre of town. It's about 13 seconds of sight-seeing. Take your snap, upload to Insta and move on! Couldn't fault it for accurate time recording thought.
Seychelles is pretty low on culture but this is more than made up for with the breathtaking beaches. I could sit and watch the sea brea upon miles of golden sand for ages. However the clock is worth a look if you are passing only.
A shrunk replica of Big Ben which sets off this busy crossroads in Victoria town. A good photo opportunity, especially if you arrive in Victoria for a 1 day cruise stop and its Sunday>>> SO NOTHING IS OPEN!!
OK it's just a small-ish clock tower, but is worth a look if you are nearby. Quite pretty really. An interesting history - it is a down-sized version of a clock tower in London, England and was installed in 1903. Shame it's in the middle...More