Saturday, September 18, 2021



Tanzania, formally known as the United Republic of Tanzania, is a vast nation in Eastern Africa that is part of the African Great Lakes area. Southern Africa is home to parts of the nation. It is bounded to the north by Kenya and Uganda, to the west by Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south by Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique, and to the east by the Indian Ocean. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak, is located in northeastern Tanzania.

Tanzania’s population of 51.82 million (2014) is varied, including ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups from all over the world. Tanzania is a presidential constitutional republic, and Dodoma has been the formal capital city since 1996, housing the President’s Office, the National Assembly, and several government departments. Dar es Salaam, the historic capital, still houses the majority of government offices and is the country’s largest metropolis, main port, and key commercial center.

European colonization began in mainland Tanzania in the late nineteenth century with the formation of German East Africa, which gave way to British authority after World War I. Tanganyika administered the continent, but the Zanzibar Archipelago remained a distinct colonial administration. Following their separate independence in 1961 and 1963, the two countries joined to become the United Republic of Tanzania in April 1964.

Hidden beach on the island that contains...

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Beaches that disappear

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Rhodes – is it the destination for...

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Crete Island – “small continent”

Crete island is the largest Greek island and the most southest city of Europe, ideal for adventurer. Known for the Minoan civilization and palace in Knososu. Krit has a large number of resorts and beaches but resorts that tourists choose to holiday greatly determines with what fun they will...

Lido di Jesolo – the city of...

Resort in the Italian province of Veneto is an increasingly popular destination for a vacation But in the past Lido di Jesolo was just passing the city on the way to a small island-beach of Venice. On small island beach came residents of the village Jesolo, which is accommodated between...

The magical beaches of Chalkidiki

Magical places for swimming in the north of Greece, which are the “Caribbean” in Europe. The first finger, Kassandra where stands Ksenija Buzulas beach, and on the second finger of Chalkidiki beach Kavourotripes, Lagonissi and Mirsini on the nearby island Dijaporosa. Kavourotripes This beach is like a postcard located six kilometers...

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