Maputo's most important landmark is the Fort of Nossa Senhora da Conceicao (Our Lady of Conception) which was the nucleus of the original settlement. Another imposing building is the Central Railway Station, an enormous structure looking more like a palace for kings, than a siding for commuters. The bustling market is worth a visit with stalls selling a wide range of fresh food including heaps of cashew nuts and chillis. Maputo also has some excellent restaurants serving delicious peri-peri prawns, washed down with cold Laurentia beer, and the infamous Fere de Populare has dozens of bars and discos where Mozambicans dance well into the night to seductive Latino beats.