capital of Tanzania


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Noun1.capital of Tanzania - the capital and largest port city of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean
Tanzania, United Republic of Tanzania - a republic in eastern Africa
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was replaced by Dodoma as the capital of Tanzania in 1996?
Although Dodoma is the official capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam is its commercial capital, by far its big- gest city and certainly feels like the national capital.
Dar es Salaam, Apr 13 (ONA) The promotional meeting organized by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry started today at Grand Hayatt Hotel inDar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania.
The project is located on plot number 1256/5/1-4 (a greenfield plot with size of 18,560 square metres) in Msasani Peninsula in Dar es Salaam City, the financial and commercial capital of Tanzania.
Since 1996, the official capital of Tanzania has been Dodoma, where the country's parliament and some government offices are located.
Johannesburg, Muharram 29, 1433, Dec 24, 2011, SPA -- The death toll from flooding in the economic capital of Tanzania has risen to 38, local media reported on Saturday, as the heaviest rainfall for more than half a century continued to pound the African country.
It's the major commercial capital of Tanzania, all the companies have their headquarters here, and a lot of NGOs, so there is a lot of business travel and conference travel which is all in Dar es Salaam.
The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) announced that Turkish Airlines will launch scheduled service from Istanbul to Dar es Salaam, the commercial capital of Tanzania, on the Indian Ocean coast.
Turkish Airlines The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) announced that Turkish Airlines will launch scheduled service from Istanbul to Dar es Salaam, the commercial capital of Tanzania, on the Indian Ocean coast.
As the commercial capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam projects an image that is not quite reflective of the country where more than a third of the country subsists at below poverty levels as defined by the Tanzanian government.
Leokadia, 52, who has been a nurse for eight years, came to Newcastle from Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania, which has a population of about four million.