Nunge

Nunge is the name of a beach strip 2 kilometres north of the East African town Bagamoyo in Tanzania.wikipedia
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Bagamoyo

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

Africa

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Nunge is the name of a beach strip 2 kilometres north of the East African town Bagamoyo in Tanzania.

Tanzania

TanzanianUnited Republic of TanzaniaRepublic of Tanzania
Nunge is the name of a beach strip 2 kilometres north of the East African town Bagamoyo in Tanzania.

Swahili language

SwahiliKiswahiliKiswahili language
The Swahili word "nungu" means "globefish" in English, "nunge" means "leper colony".

Tetraodontidae

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The Swahili word "nungu" means "globefish" in English, "nunge" means "leper colony".

Leper colony

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The Swahili word "nungu" means "globefish" in English, "nunge" means "leper colony".

Salt

table saltsalt productioncommon salt
For centuries the Nunge coast has been a place where salt was extracted from the seawater and traded to African inland areas.

Seawater

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For centuries the Nunge coast has been a place where salt was extracted from the seawater and traded to African inland areas.

Mangrove

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It is characterized by coastal mangroves and forests of coconut palms.

Coconut

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It is characterized by coastal mangroves and forests of coconut palms.

Arecaceae

palmpalm treepalms
It is characterized by coastal mangroves and forests of coconut palms.