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Mossel Bay Harbour breakwater tower
South Africa

Bartholomeu Dias landed here in 1488, and named this bay Golfo de São Bras (Portuguese for Mossel Bay).

Mossel Bay has a small harbour which is protected by the natural bay, and well as this breakwater.

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