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Bagamoyo Slave Market Ruins at Dar Es Salaam
Bagamoyo Slave Market Ruins
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This historic landmark was one of the most active points of the bustling Tanzanian slave trade. Originally a fishing village, the area has been home to Indian and Arab traders, the German colonial government and Christian missionaries during its varied history. Once an active slave trading outpost and ivory and coconut trading port, today the city is home to a landmark church, a German graveyard, a history museum, and a thriving sailboat industry.

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Free.

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Open daily.

Events

  • Arts & Crafts exhibitions
  • Guided tours

Activities

  • Bagamoyo History Museum
  • Old Father's House
  • Bagamoyo Church
  • Ruvu River
  • German graveyard
  • College of Arts

FAQs

  • When was the slave market functioning?

    The slave market was active from the early to the late 1800s.
  • What historic sites can I visit?

    You can see the slave market, the German cemetery, the Bagamoyo Church, and the Second Father's House.

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