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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An old woman crouches in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A sail boat called "Dhow" goes on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Silhouette of a sail boat called "Dhow" on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People stand on a beach near turquoise colored ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Fishing boats are seen anchored on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A woman looks out the window in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A man pours a beverage in a glass in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Children play soccer in the streets of Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An official introduces spices and fruits which they grow in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An official climbs a coconut tree as he introduces spices and fruits which they grow in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An official holds a fruit while introducing spices and fruits which they grow in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An official holds a coconut while introducing spices and fruits which they grow in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A woman carries a basket over her head as she carries a child on her back in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Children pose for a photo in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People sit at a chest shop in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Little girl with a henna on her hand poses for a photo in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A man carries bananas in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Little girl with make up poses for a photo in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People sit in front of a house in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Children drink beverages in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An artist draws a painting in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People load and unload merchandise from a fishing boat in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Men sit on back of a fishing boat as they go fishing offshore in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A man is seen on a fishing boat anchored on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A man sits on on a fishing boat anchored on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People tour the streets of Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : People dance during a celebration in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : An old man plays Mancala in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Children dance during a celebration in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Men play drums during a celebration in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Women wearing traditional clothing dance during a celebration in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : Women wearing traditional clothing dance during a celebration in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A woman gets cornrows in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : General view of Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A woman talks to a butcher in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A plane takes off behind a clock tower in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A fishing boat is anchored on ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 27 : A woman looks out the window in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 27, 2018. Zanzibar meaning "land of the blacks" was established by Iranian immigrants. In history the Island was ruled by Portuguese, Omani and the British. Zanzibar Island carries the traces of African, Arabic, Indian and European civilisations 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. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : An old carved wood door with a sign on top reading "Tembo House Hotel - Freddie Mercury House" in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A child leans on an old carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A cat sits in front of an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : Framed images are displayed on an old carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A man rides a bicycle in front of an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : Children sit in front of an old carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : People pose for a photo in front of an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A woman and a child pass by an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A boy comes out of an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : People sit by an old wood carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A woman passes by an old carved door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 24 : A man reads a newspaper in front of an old carved wood door in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 24, 2018. World famous carved Zanzibar doors, the significant architectures of Stone Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are brought to this day as a part of the Indian culture. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy beach in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy beach in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : A man sits on a small wooden fishing boat on the white sandy beach in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy beach in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 23 : Drone photo shows small wooden fishing boats on the white sandy shore in the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 23, 2018. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Giant tortoises are seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Giant tortoises are seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A giant tortoise is seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A giant tortoise eats leaves off ground at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A child feeds a giant tortoise at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Tourists gather around a giant tortoise at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A giant tortoise is seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A giant tortoise is seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : A giant tortoise is seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Giant tortoises are seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Giant tortoises are seen at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : Boats are seen achored at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) 5.6 kilometers away from Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : People arrive with boats at Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) 5.6 kilometers away from Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20 : An aerial view of Changuu Island (also known as Prison Island) 5.6 kilometers away from Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The island hosts a population of Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) one of the largest tortoises in the world. At the end of the 19th Century, the Island became the Quarantine Station for Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika after the black death outbreak. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman stands on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: Maasai tribesmen on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman takes photos on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman takes photos on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman stands on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency
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ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA - AUGUST 20: A Maasai tribesman stands on ocean coast in Zanzibar, Tanzania on August 20, 2018. The Maasai are semi-nomadic people settled in Maasai Mara region located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Mahmut Serdar Alakus / Anadolu Agency

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