I walk everywhere around Lichinga city center. Which is really quite small. The city was a cartesian dream, only finished at the end of the 1960s. The colonizer constructed to stay. The house where I work is super solid, the layout continues to be relevant today. The kitchen and bathroom are still adequate after some minor improvements. It seems like it could last hundreds of years.
(Sometimes I try to imagine all that was lived in this house.)
The most “majestic” element of Lichinga is the office of the Governor, and the roundabout in front.