African Kids Zanzibar

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Amyn Nasser

Calgary, Canada

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Small 7.8" x 12.0"
Medium 11.7" x 18.0"
Large 15.7" x 24.0"
Note: Image size. Matboard and frame increase size of final product


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Artist's Description

Kids playing at their courtyard in Stone Town Zanzibar or better known as Unguja. Beautiful old doorways, Stone walls, rustic. Gorgeous muted color tones for a superb Art Print.

Three African children dressed in purple, pink and black polo shirts playing in an old carved doorway with one door open leading into the courtyard in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania, East Africa.

There will be no watermark on the final fine art print you order.

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About Zanzibar Island

Zanzibar is an archipelago located in the Indian Ocean consisting of two main islands Unguja (known as Zanzibar internationally) and Pemba (also known by its Arabic name Al Khundra meaning Green Island) along with several smaller islets.

Located roughly 6� south of the equator, and 20-50km off the Tanzanian mainland, Zanzibar is world renowned for its pristine white sand beaches, beautiful world heritage site capital, seaweed and spice production, tropical climate and colourful history.

General Information

Time Zone
GMT + 3

Tanzanian Shilling (please see a reputable beau de change for exchange rates) >> click here for a currency converter

Official languages
Kiswahili and English

95% Islam followed by Hinduism and Christianity (please be sensitive to this by covering shoulders and knees whilst in Stonetown.
Standard swimwear on the beach is fine but topless is discouraged).

200-240 V AC, 50 Hz (British three pronged plug sockets)

A valid international drivers licence is required to drive or heir a car on Zanzibar. Alternatively you may use your national driving licence
in conjunction with a month long permit which you pay for at a local police station.

International dialling code
+255 (then drop the first 0 then the local number)

Tropical. The kasikazi winds are from the north and occur in October and November bringing short rains. The long rains, known as mwaka, arrive in March and last until late May or June. Annual average temperature is 26�C but it will feel a great deal warmer in the summer and winter months.
Visa requirements
All visitors require a passport that is valid for the duration of their stay. Tourist visas may be obtained upon arrival at Zanzibar
International Airport (be sure to carry 50$ for this purpose and be advised that the international departure tax is 30$). Not all
nationalities require a visa to enter the country so check with the Tanzanian embassy, consulate of high commission. Residency visas for foreign nationals are acquired through ZIPA.

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