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Description Ilha de Mozambique was first occupied by Portuguese explorers in the late 1400s. They quickly estblished a fort there, and with time quite a community sprang up, including a church, mosque, shops, and residences. This church is one of the architectural remains there. The island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is off the eastern coast of Africa and is part of the country of Mozambique.
Source This image was originally posted to Flickr as Mozambique n2
Date 2005-02-14 14:18:40
Author Steve Evans from Bangalore, India
Reviewer Andre Engels

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Name Steve Evans
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