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In 1964, Tanganyika and Zanzibar merged to form what is now known as Tanzania. Tanganyika became independent in 1961 and Julius Nyerere was its first Prime Minister. Two years after Tanganyika became independent; Zanzibar also attained its independence. Following the revolution, President Nyerere proposed that Tanganyika and Zanzibar form a union to which Karume agreed leading to the formation of Tanzania in April 1964. Learn more at http://www.globalblackhistory.com/2016/08/from-tanganyika-to-tanzania.html
The Indian Ocean is one of the world's oldest and largest free trade zones. For centuries, trade and migration have marked the history of the many communities living along its shores. But the name of one place on the coast of Africa has long captured people's imagination: Zanzibar, also know as the spice island. For centuries, merchants of of all colours and creeds came to the island off the Tanzanian mainland on wooden vessels - and each of them left their own mark on the island. As a result, Zanzibar has one of the richest and most diverse food cultures in East Africa encompassing influences from Arabia, India and Europe. Street food is a term often interpreted literally as food served on the streets, but in Zanzibar the real roads are the ocean, dhows are the link between sea and t...
To celebrate my 25th birthday, we travelled to Zanzibar, the Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa. This beautiful group of islands are located in the Indian Ocean. The weather was amazing, the food was delicious and the people were friendly. You will never see whiter beaches or clearer seas than what you'll find in Zanzibar. Add this place to your bucketlist now! Our itinerary was: Day 1 - Landed, chilled & nice restaurant (didn't vlog this) Day 2 - Stone Town (slave museum/Freddy mercury/street food), Snorkelling, Prison Island with Giant Turtles, night beach food market Day 3 - Safari blue Day 4 - North of the island, Parasailing and donuting, beach day! Day 5 - East of the island and beaches, rock restaurant (floating restaurant), forest/jungle excursion, spice tou...
Belly – Zanzibar ft. Juicy J (Official Video) Stream “Zanzibar” on Tidal http://smarturl.it/iZanzibar Connect with Belly: https://www.instagram.com/belly https://twitter.com/reBELLYus https://www.facebook.com/bellyisdead http://www.bellyisdead.com Directed by Peter Huang Produced by Lex Lewter Executive Produced by Rey Mendoza Director of Photography Devin Harrington Edited by Kat Webber For Mad Ruk Entertainment Music video by Belly performing Zanzibar. © 2016 Roc Nation, LLC. http://vevo.ly/y0OOSt
Affacciata alla costa della Tanzania, Zanzibar è una splendida isola circondata da uno spettacolare mare blu e da spiagge bianchissime. La sua capitale è Stone Town, una città caotica tipica dei paesi africani. Negli ultimi anni Zanzibar ha conosciuto un rapido e costante sviluppo del turismo, al suo mare ed ai magnifici resort costruiti direttamente sulle spiagge. Indimenticabili sono anche le escursioni all'interno dell'isola, dove si possono visitare numerosi villaggi con i loro coloratissimi mercati.
Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25–50 kilometres (16–31 mi) off the coast of the mainland, and consists of many small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, referred to informally as Zanzibar) and Pemba. The capital is Zanzibar City, located on the island of Unguja. Its historic centre is Stone Town, which is a World Heritage Site.
De winactie uit deze aflevering is helaas afgelopen. Maar wil jij de volgende winactie winnen, meld je dan aan voor de Wander nieuwsbrief op onze website en mis niets: http://bit.ly/wander-nieuwsbrief Ze hebben er lang op zitten wachten, maar mogen eindelijk samen op reis; Beautyvloggers Serena Verbon & Laura Ponticorvo! De twee reizen af naar het prachtige Zanzibar en komen in een prachtig resort terecht. Hoewel het eiland natuurlijk bekend staat om haar prachtige witte stranden, leren de dames deze aflevering ook de bizarre waarheid van het eiland kennen. Zo maken ze kennis met het slavernij verleden en komen ze erachter dat de bevolking erg bijgelovig is. Gelukkig is er witch doctor die de twee kan beschermen tegen het kwaad.. Ben jij benieuwd hoe het afloopt? Abonneer nu op Wander en ...