Tanga Tanzania

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Tanga is Tanzania's second biggest seaport after Dar es Salaam. Tanga is situated on the northern part of Tanzania's coastline close to the border with Kenya. Center for marine export, import and trade The town is a center for marine export, import and trade.

The older town areas still have examples of the old colonial architecture. Tanga was also a German colonial administration center and some landmarks and historical buildings are still to be found in the area.

Tanga is worth a visit, if you want to see the fish market, one of the secluded beaches on the northern coast or if you wish to travel from the port to Pemba Island.

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Tanga, Tanzania's second biggest seaport after Dar es Salaam, is situated on the northern part of Tanzania's coastline close to the border with Kenya. The town is a center for marine export, import and trade. Tanga is worth a visit, if you want to see the fish market, one of the secluded beaches on the northern coast or if you wish to travel from the port to Pemba Island.

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