Tanzania, located in eastern Africa, is one of the important birthplaces of mankind. As early as 2 million years ago, the ancestors of mankind used to live and breed in the northern part of Tanzania.
In ancient times, the Tanzanian city by the sea was one of the most developed areas in the world for maritime trade, and was said to have been visited by Zheng He's fleet.
The disaster-prone Tanzania, consisting of the landlocked Tanganyika and the island of Zanzibar, was occupied by the Arabs during the 8th century AD, the Persians occupied the coast and Zanzibar, and in the 18th century, Germany and Britain colonized Tanganyika in turn, and Zanzibar was also occupied by Portugal and Oman.
Tanzania's land area of 950,000 square kilometers, the terrain is dominated by highlands and mountains, with few plains, and there are many volcanoes in the northwest of Tanzania, and Mount Kilimanjaro in the northeast is the first high mountain in Africa.
Lake Victoria, whose source was discovered by British explorers John Hanning Speke and Grant in the 18th century, is not only the national border lake between Tanzania and Uganda, but also the largest lake in the African region and the second largest freshwater lake in the world.
As the home of Simba the Lion King, Tanzania is one of the countries with the largest proportion of grasslands in Africa. Not only does it have several national parks and reserves, but it is also a must-see destination for the Great African Animal Migration, with tens of thousands of horned horses turning up in the Serengeti Savannah every July and August.
When the fight across Africa, Tanzania is one of the world's poorest countries, the national economy is mainly based on agriculture, as Africa's second largest avocado-producing countries, Zanzibar is an important planting area of the world clove spice, and here to eat seafood than to buy toilet paper cheaper Oh!
Tanzania, which has been assisted by us for more than 50 years, has seen the first effect of economic development in recent years, with its economic growth rate ranking among the top three in Africa, and the Tanzanian Railway is also one of our largest foreign aid projects.
Although Tanzania has a population of less than 60 million and more than 120 ethnic groups, the local government has been adhering to the philosophy of education, so the majority of its citizens are proficient in at least two languages and have the lowest illiteracy rate in Africa.
Among the many ethnic groups, the most famous when the strength of the tall and thin Maasai, it is said that they are able to fight with the lions of the people, which is much more powerful than our Wu Song.
Tanzania has the highest percentage of albinos in the world, though the local population would actually consider the limbs of these patients, the equivalent of donkey meat.
Although Dar es Salaam is only the former capital of Tanzania, it is still responsible for more than 80% of the country's economic operations and part of the capital function as Tanzania's first city.
There is a tree in Tanzania called Mpingo, the locals call it the tree of music, because it can be used to make the finest musical instruments, and a pungent fragrance emanates from its body, in fact, Mpingo is also found in our country, but we call it rosewood.
Founded in 1986 by wealthy British-South African businessman Rohan Wirth, the Pride of Africa train was originally designed to travel between Tanzania and South Africa to explore the wildlife with his family, but today the Pride of Africa has become synonymous with Africa's top luxury trains.
Although Tanzania is one of the least developed countries in the world, but this can not stop them from popularizing mobile payment, according to statistics, more than half of Tanzanians are using mobile payment, the proportion is even more than the United Kingdom.
Today, among some ethnic groups in Tanzania, the practice of "finger-tapping" is still prevalent, and once a woman becomes pregnant, she is visited by many families with boys.
Remember the "Heart of the Ocean" jewel worn by the heroine of "Titanic"? It is actually called Tanzanite, produced in the northern Tanzanian city of Arusha, as the world's only source, Tanzanite is even more valuable than diamonds.
In Tanzania, doctors who know witchcraft are called witch doctors, and these people are usually called "half-immortals" in China, which are, frankly speaking, a group of charlatans who pretend to be ghosts. Although the banner of the doctor, in addition to medical treatment, the magic, fortune-telling, curses and even find a job are all proficient, and even who lost their children, daughter-in-law ran away, but also to come here to seek a sign.
Tanzanians think it is much more difficult to grow vegetables than fruits, so walking on the street, we can often see the local people make meals with fruits.
In Tanzania, there is a special profession called wayfinder, where the fee is all based on the reward, but not too little. Moreover, no matter where you ask, you need to pay before you ask, even if the place you ask is near, it is the same. In addition, the photo is also charged Oh!
Lake Natron is a saltwater lake located in northern Tanzania, known as the "biological exclusion zone", the lake is as bright red as blood, surrounded by a large number of animal carcasses, and the reason for this, it is said that the lake has a strong alkaline water.
The Zahabi tribe, located in the Tanzanian jungle area, is considered a true indigenous people, and although the government allows tourists to visit the restricted areas for fun, but forbids tribal people to touch modern objects.