Lusaka

Lusaka

Zambia's capital, built by concrete and copper, paid by the mining industry

Location: 

Lusaka, Zambia

Duration: 

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Lusaka, the capital of Zambia feels like a little Nairobi
  2. Copper building representing the wealth through minerals
  3. So many ugly gray concrete blocks, seems like a soviet city
  4. Buying new sunglasses at the market, divided by the railway
  5. Eating the most artificial milkshake from an Indian creamery

Image sources

  1. Copper building, symbol for minerals
  2. Sportswagon in front of a monument
  3. Selling the president in the streets
  4. Market divided by railway road
  5. Colorful shops and restaurants

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