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Description Santo António Church or Chapel. 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.
Date 14 February 2005, 14:18:40
Source Flickr
Author Steve Evans from Bangalore, India
Reviewer Andre Engels

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