Stop in if it’s on the way, but do t make it a destination. Some nice art inside, otherwise really nothing.
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this is a tourist attraction, however there isn't much to write about...the house is made of iron, it is a little scary to walk inside, as everything squeaks.
I have not been there. I however know this house has nothing to do with Eiffel. It has been constructed by a Belgian company "Forges d'Aiseau", with a system patented from Mister Joseph Danly, the owner of the a.m. company. Several other buildings made from...More
You might ask what was the builder of the Eiffel Tower doing building an iron house in Maputo. Who knows, who cares. Built in 1892 it is constructed entirely of metal an impractical building material in Maputo's climate. It's so hot no one can live...More
This is a very unusual home - it's all metal, with some wood wall interiors. I can't say I've ever seen anything like it, but the East German's would have loved it during the old USSR days. It's on a corner lot in downtown Maputo....More
This house is built using sheet metal. It is being used now, but I wonder how it was before the A/C was installed... Worth checking!
We walked past here on the way to the statue in the Square. It was designed by Eiffel of the Tower fame, but was not suitable for the heat of Maputo. Nothing amazing but you can take a photo as you pass.
I am sure there are more interesting things to appreciate in Maputo than a tin house bult by a famous Frenchman . It offfered a photo opoortunity butnot much else !