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Official United Republic of Tanzania/Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania
Located East: Kenya, Zaire, Zambia, Mozambique
Capital Dar es Salaam
Head of State President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete
Area 939,760 sq km
Population 28.8 million
Growth rate 3.1%
Languages Swahili & English
Currency Tanzanian Shilling
GNP per capita $160
Inflation 25%
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Present day Tanzania is the result of the unification in 1974 of Tanganika and the island of Zanzibar. Tanganika was a German colony from 1885 to 1919 when it passed under British rule. It obtained its independence in 1961. Zanzibar, after being under Arab domination for a very long time, also came under British rule and obtained its independence in 1963. Tanzania is a federal state. The population of Tanzania consists of tribal groups, the majority of which are of Bantu origin. There are also people who are mixes of Arabs, Shirazis (from Persia), and Bantus. They are collectively known as Swahili. Parks and wildlife is not all Tanzania has to offer. In the north near the Kenyan border is snowcapped Mt Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain of Africa. Spotting wildebeest, gazelle and antelope in Serengetti National Park. On Tujiji market in Kigoma at Lake Tanganyika, explorer and journalist Henry Stanley spoke the famous words "Dr Livingstone, I presume?".


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