Bagamoyo

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Bagamoyo, Tanzania, is a town founded at the end of the 18th century, though it is an extension of a much older (8th century) settlement, Kaole.wikipedia
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Kaole

Bagamoyo, Tanzania, is a town founded at the end of the 18th century, though it is an extension of a much older (8th century) settlement, Kaole. The Kaole Ruins contain the remnants of two mosques and 30 tombs, dated back to the 13th century.
Kaole is a small town and archaeological site in Tanzania, located three miles east of Bagamoyo on the Indian Ocean coast.

German East Africa

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It was the capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast along the west of the Indian Ocean.
German rule was established quickly over Bagamoyo, Dar es Salaam, and Kilwa.

Nunge

They made their living by enforcing taxes on the native population and by trading in salt, gathered from the Nunge coast north of Bagamoyo.
Nunge is the name of a beach strip 2 kilometres north of the East African town Bagamoyo in Tanzania.

Julian Scherner

The town was apparently the (1895) birthplace of SS-Oberführer Julian Scherner.
Julian Scherner was born on September 23, 1895 in the town of Bagamoyo in German East Africa, where he lived until the age of two.

Bagamoyo District

BagamoyoBagamoyo District Council
In 2011, the town had 82,578 inhabitants and is the capital of the Bagamoyo District.
The district capital is at Bagamoyo.

Bagamoyo Port

Bagamoyo
Called Bagamoyo Port, it will be constructed at Mbegani, near Bagamoyo.
The Bagamoyo Port is being constructed in Bagamoyo, Tanzania.

David Livingstone

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Although often believed so, David Livingstone had never been to Bagamoyo in his lifetime.
The rest of his remains were carried, together with his journal, over 1000 mi, a journey that took 63 days, by Chuma and Susi to the coastal town of Bagamoyo, where they were returned by ship to Britain for burial.

Dar es Salaam

Dar-es-SalaamDar es Salaam RegionDar es Salaam, Tanzania
It lies 75 km north of Dar-es-Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean, across from the island of Zanzibar.
The Makumbusho Cultural Centre & Village Museum, located in the outskirts of the city on the road to Bagamoyo, showcases traditional huts from 16 different Tanzanian ethnic groups.

Sewa Haji Paroo

Sewa Haji Paroo (1851 in Bagamoyo – 10 February 1897 in Zanzibar) was a businessman of Indian Ismaili origin.

Hukwe Zawose

Dodoma, Tanganyika, 1938 or 1940; d. Bagamoyo, Tanzania, December 30, 2003) was a prominent Tanzanian musician.

The Kwere (Ngh'were) of Tanzania

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Bagamoyo is home to many ethnic groups, including the Wakwere, Wazaramo, Wazigua, Maasai, and Waswahili.
In the past, the overwhelming majority of the Kwere lived in their traditional residential areas in Bagamoyo district on the coast.

Tanzania

TanzanianUnited Republic of TanzaniaRepublic of Tanzania
Bagamoyo, Tanzania, is a town founded at the end of the 18th century, though it is an extension of a much older (8th century) settlement, Kaole.

East Africa

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It was the capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast along the west of the Indian Ocean.

Indian Ocean

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It was the capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast along the west of the Indian Ocean. It lies 75 km north of Dar-es-Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean, across from the island of Zanzibar.

Zanzibar

ZanzibariZanzibar, TanzaniaCommittee of Six
It lies 75 km north of Dar-es-Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean, across from the island of Zanzibar. In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.

Mosque

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The Kaole Ruins contain the remnants of two mosques and 30 tombs, dated back to the 13th century.

Tomb

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The Kaole Ruins contain the remnants of two mosques and 30 tombs, dated back to the 13th century.

Entrepôt

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Bagamoyo became the most important trading entrepot of the east central coast of Africa in the late 19th century.

Oman

Sultanate of OmanOmaniOmani Empire
In the late 18th century Muslim families settled in Bagamoyo, all of which were relatives of Shamvi la Magimba in Oman.

Ivory trade

ivoryivory tradingtrade in ivory
In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.

History of slavery

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In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.

Morogoro

Morogoro regionMorogoro Town
In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.

Lake Tanganyika

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In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.

Usambara Mountains

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In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar.