Mahébourg is a small city (population 15,753 as of 2000) on the southeastern coast of the island of Mauritius. It is the capital of the Grand Port District.
It is named after Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, one of the most successful governors of the French colonial period. It was originally built by the Netherlands during their brief period of colonisation of the island. It was close to their landing port, had ample water supply from many rivers and streams and had a scenic view of the large bay area. Mahébourg knew major development around 1806 during the French colonisation era.
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