Tanzania

Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa, bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north; Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, and Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique to the south.
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Dar es Salaam was founded in 1862 by Sultan Seyyid Majid of Zanzibar on the site of the village of Mzizima.
Pembwe and the Southeast is the hot humid region of Tanzania including the former capital Dar-es-Salaam and most of the country's Indian Ocean coastline.
Moshi is a municipality in Northeast Tanzania, the mountain region of Tanzania.
Northeast Tanzania - home of Kilimanjaro - is in Tanzania.
Arusha is a city of approximately 400,000 people in Northeast Tanzania, East Africa.
Central Tanzania is in the plateau region of Tanzania, with grasslands and national parks in its south, and arable land in the north.
Iringa is a town in the Southern Highlands, Tanzania.
Southern Highlands is a region of Tanzania. Base yourself in Iringa to visit this region.
Morogoro is a city in the Central Tanzania region of Tanzania.
Northwest Tanzania is known as Africa's Great Lakes region, because it is home to Tanzania's portion of Lake Victoria in the north and Lake Tanganyika in the west.
Stone Town is the main city on Zanzibar. It is a city of prominent historical and artistic importance in East Africa.
Serengeti National Park is a large conservation area located in the north of Tanzania.
Mount Kilimanjaro is a currently inactive strato-volcano in northern Tanzania, near the border with Kenya.
Zanzibar is semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania, consisting of Zanzibar Island, Pemba Island, and many smaller islands.
Also in East Africa
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