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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Port Louis, Mauritius

Searchable Map and Satellite View of Port Louis using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Port Louis, largest city, main port and the national capital of Mauritius, located in north-west at the western Indian Ocean. There is a ferry service to Saint-Denis, Réunion. The city was founded by the French around 1735.
Port Louis has a population of about 148 000 inhabitants. Official language is English.

The map shows a city map of Port Louis with expressways, main roads and streets, zoom out to find the location of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (IATA code: MRU) about 49 km (30 mi) by road (via M2), southeast of Port Louis at Plaine Magnien.

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Panorama of Port Louis, Mauritius
Panorama view of Port Louis. - Image by: Oscar Leo
 

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Local Time Mauritius:
Tuesday-March-3  16:40  
UTC/GMT +4 hours
Google Earth: Searchable Map and Satellite view of Port Louis, Mauritius.
City Coordinates: 20°10′S 57°31′E
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Current Weather Conditions Port Louis
Weather station at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (Plaisance).


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