8 MUST-SEE WALK­ING TOUR SIGHTS

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The lively and colour­ful cen­tral mar­ket, which was a key lo­ca­tion dur­ing the film­ing of Blood Di­a­mond.

Eif­fel’s Iron House (known to lo­cals as Casa de Feirro) is a marvel built dur­ing the rub­ber boom in the late 19th cen­tury.

The Long Street red-light area of Rua de Bag­amoyo is one of the spots where you can buy au­then­tic Mozam­bi­can col­lecta­bles.

For­t­aleza de Ma­puto, a fortress that was built by the Dutch in 1721.

Horta dos Ba­ni­anes, the botan­i­cal gar­den in cen­tral down­town, is an ex­plo­sion of ex­otic plants.

A cen­tre of Mozam­bi­can arts and cul­ture, The Art Nu­cleus, also serves as an as­so­ci­a­tion house for artists ex­plor­ing the re­gion’s works.

The iconic Ro­man Catholic cathe­dral at In­de­pen­dence Square.

The Samora Machel Mon­u­ment, which faces the cathe­dral as a re­minder of the for­mer states­man.

MUST-SEE The Cen­tral Mar­ket

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