Reunion Culture, Reunion
 

Reunion Culture



Reunion Island has been listed a UNESCO World Heritage site since August 2010, thanks to its National Park and its unique biodiversity. In addition to its Nature, its culture is also quite remarkable; that's why the Maloya, a traditional music of Reunion, has been listed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 1 October 2009.

Charged with history, the island has gone through periods of colonization, slavery, indentured labor, successive crops of coffee, sugar cane ... that have marked the local society. You will have the opportunity to discover all that history, all these stories, by visiting museums, Creole villages, places of worship, historic streets and other wonderful gardens throughout the island.





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