Standing in the centre of Rose Hill in this island of serenity, the Maison Le Carne is an attractive Creole manse that houses the Mauritian Research Council; and now it is also a centre for the Mauritian Academic of Science and Technology. The white and blue painted House of Carne came into a new existence after its transformation into the Cardinal Jean Margeot Institute. However, before hosting the Mauritian Research Council for two weeks and later, the courses of the institute, the Maison Le Carne used to be a huge family home.
The Countess, Marie Camille, had inherited the house from her mother, who succeeded it from her mother, Pierre Marie Allendy. The exact construction date of Maison le Carne is not mentioned anywhere; researches tend to believe that it is more than 100 years old because the house already existed in 1912 when the grandmother of Countess Marie Camille died.
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