Vacoas-Phoenix

administrative territorial entity of Mauritius

Vacoas-Phoenix or Villes Jumelles (meaning 'twin cities') is a city on the island of Mauritius. As of 2019, about 115,000 people were living here, making it the second largest city in the country.

District of Plaines Wilhems

Vacoas-Phoenix lies in the middle of the western part of the island, in the Plaines Wilhems and (partially) in the Moka districts.

Vacoas-Phoenix has been a municipality since 1968. Vacoas and Phoenix were separate settlements until 1963.

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