The capital of Zimbabwe, Harare, is renowned for its colourful, colorful shops, but its shops have a long and storied history.
The city’s original shop, the old Baitani store, is one of the few surviving remnants of its original heyday.
Today, Hararif has a thriving business in office supplies.
Many of the shops in Harare’s oldest shopping district, Likwa, have been refurbished into trendy cafes, and many more are set to be restored to their former glory.
Some of the most well-known shops are located at the intersection of Mombasa Street and Baitan Street, a major thoroughfare in the capital.
Baitan is famous for its large shops with colorful and unusual decor.
Likwa’s Mabaza shop, which is named after the name of its owner, has a number of classic and modern styles, including a cafe, an art gallery, and a bakery.
But many of the Mabazas are not so popular, due to the economic crisis.
One of the old shops is a former tobacco warehouse.
Inside, you can browse a wide selection of accessories and products, from pencils to clothes, shoes and clothing.
Another is the shop of a local jeweller, who sells jewelry, handbags and watches.
At the corner of Mabasa Street is the Baitanian Cafe, a place that has been a staple of Harare for over 300 years.
For more than a century, it has been serving customers a wide range of foods, including traditional meals.
Mabaza, like other cafes, is also a gathering place for locals, who can also gather for a cup of tea and a cigarette.
In addition to a few well-kept shops, there are several other shops that have been left largely untouched in Harari, especially on the outskirts of Harari.
It is this area that is home to the old and the beautiful, a town that has a history that is very much part of Hararas past.
Its a city of shops and a place where the history of Harares culture and heritage is reflected in its past, but has a unique and beautiful future.