Mogadishu: Images from the Past

Mogadishu – Scogliera

Posted in 1950s by rickjdavies on 20 March, 2011

“Cliff”

The two people in the middle foreground¬† are standing either side of the Italian “fasces” symbol

The building on the corner was a fish market

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  1. Abdi said, on 9 September, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    This looks like the fish market, near the port

  2. Alwan said, on 12 December, 2011 at 8:57 am

    I think this is Shengani area, it is beautiful picture, looking this pictures i feel like crying.

    My family was living this area from generations they were Arab immigrants from Southern Europe, Spain and Portugal.

  3. Ahmed Ali Ahmed said, on 20 June, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    this is exactly without any doubt the ” kawaanka malaayga – fish market, the somalis call it the slaughter house of the fish” corner, the sea in front of you is called “Geel-laq” meaning the swalower of the camel, this is exactly where i born in the Aw aweyska little penunsula where the mosque within in the sea is. this is where mogadishu started the first nucelus when ibnu batuta landed.

  4. Osman said, on 6 January, 2013 at 1:37 am

    This is exactally what it was called ( Bar Estaro Or Bar Munishimbio) in front of ex Post office in hamar weyne.And also you can see the mosque of Haji Ali. stiauted on jamasha Arbbo Husseinka.

  5. ikar bana said, on 26 February, 2014 at 11:21 pm

    Look very carefully the photo, it shows you the upper part of the (Mercato di Pesce}, that I have mebtione before.
    waana Xamar weyne xeebta MAAGA AAYEEY.


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