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August 02, 2016

Photo Essay: Maputo’s Oldest Bazaar

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I distinctly remember having my hand pulled through the wet aisles of Maputo’s Central Market. The conglomeration of scents from sea foods, spices and sweat; the young boys employed by their customer’s lack of care (for you had to pay someone to keep your goods from getting stolen), and finally racing through the corridors with no time to truly contemplate the existences that brought life to a sleepless market.

Last week, I visited the Market for the first time in 4 years.

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