Belle Vue Harel

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Belle Vue Harel
Belle Vue Harel is located in Mauritius
Belle Vue Harel
Belle Vue Harel
Coordinates: 20°03′57″S 57°35′39″E / 20.06583°S 57.59417°E / -20.06583; 57.59417Coordinates: 20°03′57″S 57°35′39″E / 20.06583°S 57.59417°E / -20.06583; 57.59417
Country Mauritius
Time zoneUTC+4 (MUT)

Belle Vue Harel is a village in Mauritius that is located in the Rivière du Rempart District on the northern part of the island. It is located next to Amaury and Barlow villages. It is part of the larger Plaine des Papayes area which as of 2011 had 7,607 inhabitants.[1]

The village is the site of the Stade Anjalay, which is a prominent football venue for the nation, with the national football team and two top division teams (Pamplemousses SC, AS Rivière du Rempart) being resident.[2] Athletics is also accommodated at the stadium and the 1992 African Championships in Athletics was held in the village.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Benjamin Moutou, Pamplemousses - Rivière du Rempart - Quatre siècles d'histoire, 2006, ISBN 978-99903-992-9-5, p. 305–307
  2. ^ Anjalay stadium, Belle Vue. Mauritius Sports Council. Retrieved on 2016-06-18.
  3. ^ African Championships in Athletics. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2016-06-18.