View of Maputo from my veranda.
The Central Railway Sttion was constructed in 1908. The original station was built by Paul Kruger, President of South African Republic in 1895.
A monument in center of Worker's Square is dedicated to the Mozambican and Portuguese soldiers who fought during World War I. The woman on top of the monument is known as Lady of the Snake.
The Central Railway Station links South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe with Mozambique.
Street of Pleasure.
First hotel of Maputo.
Fortaleza built by Portuguese in 1787 to defend against French Pirates.
Fortaleza is a museum and garden today.
Ngungunyane, last chief of Mozambique, being arrested by Portuguese General Joaquim Mousinho de Albuquerque.
Antonio Jose Enes, a Portuguese politician and writer.
Depicts Portuguese battle against the Mozambique indigeneous people.
General Mouzinho de Albuquerque.
Reserve Bank of Mozambique.
The Central Market is one of the oldest building in Maputo.
Central Market houses a wide variety of food such as fruites, nuts, fish, meats, herbs and spices.
There were rows and rows of stalls selling and styling hair pieces at The Central Market.
Seafood for sale.
Locals in Maputo were very reluctant to have their pictures taken.
Rows and rows of goods at Faima Market.
Basket market at Faima Market.
Batiks galore for sale.