Bagamoyo

What is Bagamoyo known for?


great music

directions in the center of town phone tollfree fax hours price content The bar has a street side patio which is great for drinking beer and watching the local scene. Even though they play great music in the bar, noise from the TV covers it. *


Sunbathing

Ruins in Bagamoyo, Tanzania Within an hour's drive north is Bagamoyo, which is home to the Kaole ruins. There are beaches on the Msasani peninsula north of Dar es Salaam and in Kigamboni to the south where residents and tourists alike frequently visit. Trips to the nearby islands of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve are a popular daytrip from the city and a favourite spot for snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing. In addition to that, Bongoyo Island is just a boat ride away from Msasani


local architecture

transportation to Zanzibar. During German colonial times, it was the economic and administrative capital of German East Africa. Since the capital was moved to Dar Es Salaam, Bagomoyo has been in decline. Architecture of European origin is rarely maintained and thus slowly falling apart, while still often beautiful to see. The Arabic influence on local architecture is also significant. There is a lot of poverty and unemployment in Bagamoyo, so be aware from muggings and robberies. While


international matches

Slipway. Although the variety and population of coral and fish species are not as numerous as other sites on Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia Island, the Bongoyo Island Marine Reserve is well worth a visit and is a great way to spend a day out and see the coast. The National Stadium (National Stadium (Tanzania)) hosts Dar es Salaam's Young Africans Football Club, Simba Football Club, other Tanzanian football clubs, and many other international matches. Zanzibar consists of beautiful spice


Gaborone

Boyer publisher Cigar Aficionado date Summer 1996 accessdate 21 December 2009 * There is a memorial to Livingstone at the ruins of the Kolobeng Mission, 40 km west of Gaborone, Botswana. * The church tower of the Catholic Holy Ghost Mission in Bagamoyo, Tanzania, is called Livingstone Tower because his body was laid down there for one night before it was shipped to London. * Livingstone House in Stone Town, Zanzibar, provided by the Majid bin


local food

as commission and buy paintings, jewelry, pottery, carvings and more. Eat There’s plenty of the ubiquitous local food around, you can get rice ''Ugali'' ''Pilaw'' with a bit of meat and sauce from Tsh 1,500. ''Chips'' are mainly available in the evenings. For western-style eatery you’re limited to the resorts along the coast to the north of the town, the Millenium Hotel or the famous ''Poa Poa'' restaurant. *

directions phone tollfree fax hours price Mains from Tsh 4,000 content A relatively cheap restaurant next to the road that serves a bit more than the ubiquitous local food. Just behind it is a local’s favorite place for ''Chipsi Mayai'' (Tsh 2,000). *


ruins

and by Christian missionaries. About south of Bagamoyo, the Kaole Ruins with remnants of two mosques and a couple of tombs can be dated back to the 13th century, showing the importance of Islam in those early Bagamoyo times. Until the middle of the 18th century, Bagamoyo was a small and insignificant trading center where most of the population were fishermen and farmers. The main trading goods were fish, salt, and gum, among other things. In the late 18th century

that Bagamoyo was a major slave port (Kilwa, much further south, has earned this status thumb Kaole Ruins (File:Kaole Ruins in Bagamoyo,Tanzania.JPG) The slave trade in East Africa was officially prohibited in the year 1873, but continued

building. The Department of Antiquities in Tanzania is working to maintain the ruins of the colonial era in and around Bagamoyo and to revitalize the town. The Bagamoyo College of Arts (“Chuo cha Sanaa”) is an internationally famous arts college in Tanzania, teaching traditional Tanzanian painting, sculpture, drama, dancing and drumming. Because of its varied history and proximity to Dar es Salaam, Bagamoyo is more diverse than some other areas of the country. Bagamoyo is home to many


active art

-a-risk-to-families-say-tv-mothers.do Third runway a risk to families, say TV mothers ". ''Evening Standard'' (Associated Newspapers): p. 11. '''Bagamoyo''' is a town in Tanzania with a colonial history and an active art scene. Understand The most recent history has it as a terminal point on the coast for Arab trading caravans. It was also used as a holding point for slaves brought from the interior and awaiting


good variety

simple mains from Tsh 7,500, pizza from Tsh 10,000. content A nice and quiet place to get something to eat and drink. While some question quality of the food, the food is delicious and there’s a good variety. They also have milk shakes and beer. *


charities

the domestic slave trade (but not slave ownership), declared Zanzibar a British protectorate and appointed a British First Minister to lead his cabinet (Cabinet (government)). The British were also guaranteed a veto over the future appointment of sultans. . Ripley is a patron of several charities and causes. In 2007 she took part in ''What's it going to take?'', a campaign by Women's Aid Federation of England

Bagamoyo

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The town of '''Bagamoyo''', Tanzania, was founded at the end of the 18th century. It was (also spelled ''Bagamojo'') the original capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast. Today the town has about 30,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the Bagamoyo District, recently being considered as a world heritage site.

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