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Seven Wonders – The World Heritage Sites of Tanzania

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Tanzania has seven World Heritage Sites: more than any other country bordering it, and more than most on the continent. Four of its sites are so famous that they have entered the global imagination, and stand as a sort of shorthand for all that is miraculous on our planet: Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar’s Stone Town. The remaining three sites are, on the other hand, little known outside the country and rarely visited by those within it. Mention that you are going to the Selous Game Reserve, or the rock art sites of Kondoa, or the ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and you’re likely to elciit little more than a quizzical look. Yet the fact that these places are so little known is bizarre when one comsiders that thy are – in order – the earth’s largest game reserve, a unique prehistoric rock art collection, and East Africa’s most important medieval city . . . not just part of Tanzania’s or Africa’s heritage, therefore, but truly part of a global heritage. This gorgeously photographed coffee table book celebrates Tanzania’s stunning world heritage sites, examining both their fragile present and precarious future.

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