Madagascar is one of the most intriguing countries in the world tourism market. This forge his popularity. The island is so famous for its hotels, its monuments, its endemic species and its traditional values. The reflection of the landscape is a strong attraction. Its capital, the city of Antananarivo, is able to receive many visitors with its large hotel capacity. Let's turn to some of its neighborhoods and their infrastructure.
Both tunnels Tana
The tunnels are part of the Malagasy landscape. Many of them line the train runs from Madagascar. In Madagascar capital, Tana, the tunnel Ambanidia was formerly called Cayla. He bore the name of former Governor General of the island (1930 – 1939, 1940 – 1941). His study began in 1924. Its construction lasted 6 years, from 1932 à 1938.
Quant au tunnel d'Ambohidahy, it was called Garbit tunnel. Hubert Garbit was the governor general of Madagascar from August 1914 and September 1917, then from May 1920 and March 1923. The drilling of the tunnel lasted ten years, between 1914 and 1924.
Analakely, a neighborhood in constant evolution
This area of downtown Tana houses Independence Avenue. This is the scene of various events. The City Hall has just been renovated, or rather rebuilt, was already on site 1936. La Place d'Anjoma, she, home market. Previously appointed by Cayla (always) in 1932, her name instead Flacourt. Lately, She has had some refurbishments.
Bridges Antananarivo also turn
La Rivière d'Ikopa Travers la capitale de Madagascar, Antananarivo. Many bridges were then created to span the watercourse. Andohatapenaka, Anosizato, Mandroseza, Tanjombato with a Bailey bridge inaugurated in 1997. Their common feature, it is their discrete transformation with time. They gradually debone the benefit vandals, as signs. Les rambardes des ponts d'Anosizato et d'Andohatapenaka disparaissent au point d'en faire des victims. As for the bridge Tanjombato, many items are gone. The connecting bolts are suspicious traces of vain attempts unbolting (night,without a doubt).