When most people think of The Maldives, they think of the many luxury resorts scattered along the atolls and reefs of this Indian Ocean nation. The Maldives has an urban side as well. Malé, the commercial and political capital of The Maldives has more than 100,000 people live in its 2.25 square mile area, making it one of the most densely populated islands in the world.
The city is easy to walk around and features many colorful buildings. The port areas, for both passengers and freight, are interesting places to see how goods and people move around this island nation.
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A fishmonger prepares to clean and butcher a pair of large fish in the fish market in Malé
The Night Beach Cafe on the southern side of Malé
Fisherman bring a few hundred pounds of fish into the fish market in Malé
Some of the many colorful buildings in Malé
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