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Stone Town Tour

It is a wonderful introduction of Zanzibar history that gives the feeling of the rich cultural heritage.
It is a comprehensive view of the magnificent architecture, narrow alleys and ancient buildings, some of which over 300 years old. Most of these have Arab and Indian carved wooden doors.This tour will provide an opportunity to visit the Anglican Church of Christ built by Bishop Steers in 1873, the site where slaves were being auctioned.Other highlights of the tours are the Sultan's Palace (Now a Museum) built in the late 1890's for members of the Royal Sultan's family, the House of Wonders - built in 1883 as a Royal ceremonial function Palace, the Africa House - formerly known as English Club and the Old Fort - built by Arabs for defence against the Portuguese.

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