A pedestrian walks past a traditional colonial-era Board House dating back about a century on Pademba Road in Sierra Leone's capital Freetown April 27, 2012. PHOTO: REUTERS
Scattered across Sierra Leone's capital Freetown stand ageing wooden houses.
Good photographs, at least ET thinks these are close to home and Pakistanis can connect to them.
Seeing these pictures taken in 2012 amazes me because I had the experience of being in Freetown for about a month in the very early part of the 80′s and apparently nothing has changed.
from those days. The most imposing building then in the city centre, was the BCCI bank building.
One has to remember that Sierra Leone is a country rich in natural resources.
such a fragile infrastructure survived ten years of civil war .. wish someone could shoot stunning white sandy beaches around Freetown.
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