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The Iron House is unique in terms of architecture and history. There are people selling souvenirs outside and an art exhibit inside. Besides that, there isn't a lot to do but wander around the building. I believe admission is free (I was with a guide)...More
Great history, great art work but not much to see. The area has people selling souvenirs that resemble the Mozambiquean culture and tradition. Do not expect to see too much, its just a house of a few rooms but made of steel. The price is...More
the House is not as charming as you would expect but when you listen to the story behind the house and learn who has designed it you might have another idea.
actually this is a design of Gustave Eiffel, so it is a kind of...More
Strolling along downtown Maputo and its "Avenida Samora Machel", near "Praça da Independência", "Catedral de Nossa Senhora da Imaculada Concepção", "Centro Cultural Franco-Moçambicano" and "Jardim Botânico Tunduru", an unusual construction will certainly catch your attention. This is the famous "Casa de Ferro". It was designed...More
We travelled as a group and when we wanted to enter we were told to pay yet this place has no entry fee. I had peek from the outside and apart from some art work it is general hot inside. Raven (Durban S.A)
The place is build of iron sheets and pretty hot to stay inside. The entry is free and no much to see except a small art gallery displaying local art. But the building makes you wander what was the architect thinking, how could have this...More