Adventures in Durban’s alleys and arcades

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  1. Canadian architect Albert Lam enjoyed walking through Durban on his own, saying it gave him a real feel of what life was like for those living in the city. Pictures: Gcina Ndwalane
  2. Emerging out of an arcade on Denis Hurley (Queen) Street, walkers encountered see this reflection on the Queen City building.
  3. Its been a church and a theatre, but today this building on Ingcuce (Albert) Street is a busy supermarket.
  4. Alleys and Arcades tour leader Stuart Talbot briefs visiting international architects outside the iconic Durban City Hall.
  5. Colonial Mutual Building on Dr Pixley katsaka Seme Street.

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