History and Culture in Madagascar
Like lemurs, baobabs are indeed a real emblem of the big island. We can not claim to have visited Madagascar if we did not see one. Famous however unknown, we tell you more about these giants
It is said that "The man who wants to learn must read first, and then travel to rectify what he has learned." So, if your wish is to discover Madagascar and you want to see beyond the exotic side of the country and the lemurs, discover together one of the most important wealth of the island.
Professor Rabi exhibited at the International Conference Center in Ivato the Egyptian pantheon with previously unpublished paintings unknown in Madagascar, from the period of On (Annu in Egyptian, heliopolis in Greek) to the period of Ptolemy.
He was there, like an abandoned black monster, watching the visitors holding back his tears. This English locomotive dates from 1931.