South Africa, Mosuo Bay, visit the museum. This is the place where the Portuguese explorer Dias first landed in South Africa in 1488. Many historical relics are well preserved, boots, mailboxes, and postal trees. You can see the nautical chart route of the year, whale bones, fossils of various marine life
Sitting on the treasure chest, Dias set foot on such a boat in Africa. At that time, dozens of people floated in the vast ocean. They didn’t know the way forward. The spirit of the explorer was always worthy of admiration. The United States still retains this kind of spirit. The spirit, except for Jobs, Ellen Mask and other contemporary explorers who dare to be pioneers, continue the journey of mankind on the new ocean...
This nautical museum records the historical dependence of European colonists along the West African continent after the great geographical discovery and a small amount of ship models and food. There is a one-to-one model of a big sailing ship in the museum.
The biggest feature of the Dias Nautical Museum is a large sailing boat. Visitors can also board the boat to experience it, and climb to the cabin on the second floor, which feels so real. Many other fish specimens are also displayed in the museum. After visiting the inside and walking outside, the museum is leaning on the seaside, sitting in the rest area and blowing the hair, it feels great, and there is a whole lawn. Postcards can also be mailed here. There is a large stone boot, which is said to be very memorable.
The Dias Museum displays a 1:1 replica of the 15th century Dias sailing ship. The boat is very large, with 3 floors. In the Dias Museum by the bay, learn about the development of navigators to the Eastern world. In the museum there is also a 500-year-old postal tree known as the first post office in Africa. Most of us bought postcards and sent them to expect to receive.