At the gates of the old cemetary in the former Danish Colony of Tranquebar is a nice papaya.
After being devastated by the 2004 December tsunami in the Indian Ocean, the former Danish colony of Tranquebar has a multi-purpose building as a sanctuary from tsunamis and other disasters, and there you can find this Madagascaran flowering tree
The oldest and most venerable Ashoka Mast tree encountered on this project is growing in the former Danish colony of Taragumbada
This coconut grows at a craftwork cooperative in Tranquebar, where you can purchase small dolls named Tsunamika to help support survivors of the devastating 2004 December 26th tsunami.
At the old Danish Custom’s House- now a luxury hotel- the Plumeria trees in the garden offered a backdrop to Eclipse-Chasers viewing the annular-ring solar eclipse on 15 January 2010
One palymyra palm stands proudly in the back of the old Danish Fort at Tranquebar