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Located just north of the equator on the indian Ocean, Mogadishu is the capital of Somalia.
Mogadishu is one of the earliest Arab settlements on the East African coast, its origins date to the 10th century. For much of the 13th century the most important coastal town was Mogadishu, a mercantile city on the Somalian coast to which new migrants came from the Persian Gulf and southern Arabia.
Mogadishu became the capital of independent Somalia in 1960. Old buildings and mosques in the Islāmic style were blended harmoniously with the modern architecture of the Somalia National University (founded 1954; university status, 1959) and of the hospital.
During the 1980s and ’90s civil war in Somalia caused widespread destruction in the city, and Mogadishu remained the site of fierce fighting among warring clans into the 21st century.
The civil war is over and the security situation in Mogadishu is now stable.
Sights N Sounds in Mogadishu
Somalia has a rich oral tradition: in effect, every Somali is a walking repository of the country’s stories, myths, traditions, and genealogies.
To get you started a visit to the National Museum of Somalia, a national museum in Mogadishu would set you off on a great start. It was established in 1933 by the colonial authorities in Italian Somaliland. After shutting down operations in 1991, it later reopened, and presently houses a number of important historical artefacts. In September 2019, the Museum was rebuilt; almost 30 years after its destruction
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Daljirka Dahsoon, is a monument built in honor of the Somali men and women who died in defense of the Somali Republic. It is an important landmark of Mogadishu. The monument looks particularly stunning on Fridays when hundreds of people crowd the place of Daljirka Dahsoon, for traditional dances and social gatherings. Everywhere you look, you can see people dressed in colorful clothes with smiling faces, greeting each other before the celebrations start.
The Bakaara Market, an open market in Mogadishu, is the largest in the nation. Proprietors sell daily essentials, including maize, sorghum, beans, peanuts, sesame, wheat and rice, petrol and medicine. It is also infamous for illicit activities, such as forged Somali passports processed within minutes, Ethiopian and Kenyan passports, and other forged documents, including birth certificates and university diplomas.
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How to get to Mogadishu
Aden Adde International Airport, formerly known as Mogadishu International Airport, is an international airport serving Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.