Natural wonder Zanzibar Island in Tanzania
ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 10 : Children pose for a photo in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 10, 2019. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. Zanzibar draws attention as the largest and most populous island in Tanzania. In despite of its white sands and turquoise blue ocean, the poverty of people in unique coasts also stands out. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilizations with its culture and architecture. It's a remarkable trade point as having links to an important sea. It is also known to host Sultanate of Zanzibar. Fishers in Zanzibar go off Indian Ocean as many provide their livings from fishing. In the island, the major means of living are spice production and fishing. Along the east coast of Zanzibar, seaweed is grown in many villages. (Photo by Recep Bilek/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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19 augustus 2019
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