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Ambatoharanana is known for its Anglican Theological College, also named ''Saint Paul Theological College'', which opened in 1878. Already from a distance one can see the roofs of the ''Library Building'', which houses a library, a 968kg bell shipped from England, a museum, as well as classrooms and a private chapel for prayers before and after studies<!-- in the basement-->. In 2014, nine students attended the college where the priest training is done for five dioceses of Madagascar.  <HTML5video type="youtube">QXnPTVwIgZs</HTML5video>{| class="imageTable"|-|[[File:Ambatoharanana 050.jpg|196px]]|align="center"|[[File:Ambatoharanana 045.jpg|196px]]|align="right"|[[File:Ambatoharanana 048.jpg|196px]]|-|[[File:Ambatoharanana 036.jpg|196px]]|align="center"|[[File:Ambatoharanana 047.jpg|196px]]|align="right"|[[File:Ambatoharanana 049.jpg|196px]]|} The college is an annexe to Saint Laurent Ambohimanoro College. Once a year the students, teachers and headmaster of Ambohimanoro College go on a trip to the Saint Paul Theological College.
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Throughout a visit in 2007: Reverend Jean-Jaques Ranaivojaona
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