Azania Front Lutheran Church
This bronze statue, dedicated to Africans killed in WWI, is now a favourite haunt of street touts and dubious moneychangers.
St Joseph’s Cathedral
The spired cathedral, which is still in use – stop by any Sunday morning to see the standing-room only overflow from the services and...
The National Museum houses the famous fossil discoveries of zinjanthropus (nutcracker man) from Oldupai (Olduvai) Gorge (although only...
This rooftop bar has views over the harbour, lounge seating and live music some evenings.
A lunch buffet (Monday to Friday) and à la carte dining, featuring standards such as grilled fish/chicken and rice. There’s a shady...
Azikiwe St · interesting places nearby
Azania Front Lutheran Church information
A striking edifice, with a red-roofed belfry overlooking the water and a rather stern Gothic interior, this is one of the city’s major landmarks. The church was built at the turn of the 20th century by German missionaries and is still in active use for services and for choir rehearsals (beautiful – you can sometimes hear the singing from the street).