Often described as frozen in time, Island of Mozambique is a cultural melting-pot. Its inhabitants have learned how to constantly adapt to new external factors - either the arrival of a new political force or the challenges of climate change. The Island’s urban planning has a pronounced architectural division at its centre, dating from the 19th century. Connected to mainland Mozambique with a bridge on its southern end, the streets become progressively less crowded as we cross the Island into Stone City (Cidade de Pedra), on its opposite end.
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