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Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)


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    • City of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
    • Dār es Salām (Tanzania)
    • Daressalaam (Tanzania)
    • دار السلام (Tanzania)
    • Dār al-Salām (Tanzania)
    • Dar äs Salam (Tanzania)
    • Горад Дар-эс-Салам (Tanzania)
    • Horad Dar-ės-Salam (Tanzania)
    • Дар-эс-Салам (Tanzania)
    • Дар ес-Салаам (Tanzania)
    • Daressalam (Tanzania)
    • Νταρ ες Σαλάμ (Tanzania)
    • Daresalamo (Tanzania)
    • Dárasalám (Tanzania)
    • דאר א-סלאם (Tanzania)
    • Dar a-Salam (Tanzania)
    • Дар-эс-Салам шаары (Tanzania)
    • Dar-ės-Salam shaary (Tanzania)
    • Dāresalāma (Tanzania)
    • Dar es Salamas (Tanzania)
    • Дар ес Салам (Tanzania)
    • ダルエスサラーム (Tanzania)
    • Daruesusarāmu (Tanzania)
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    • found: GeoNet, 01-05-05(Dar es Salaam, ppl.: 05 15 00ʺS, 38° 50ʹ00ʺE)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 8, 2015(Dar es Salaam (or simply Dar, formerly Mzizima) is Tanzania's largest city; City of Dar es Salaam; although Dar es Salaam lost its status as the nation's capital to Dodoma in 1974 (not completed until 1996), it remains the focus of the permanent central government bureaucracy; in the 19th century, Mzizima was a coastal fishing village on the periphery of Indian Ocean trade routes. In 1865 or 1866, Sultan Majid bin Said of Zanzibar began building a new city very close to Mzizima and named it Dar es Salaam; capital of the Dar es Salaam Region administrative province and consists of three boroughs or administrative districts: northern Kinondoni, central Ilala, and southern Temeke; 6°48ʹS 39°17ʹE)
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, September 8, 2015(under Tanzania: capital: Dodoma; note - officially changed in 1996; serves as the meeting place for the National Assembly; the excutive branch offices and diplomatic representation remain in Dar es Salaam, the largest city and commercial capital)
    • found: GEOnet, September 8, 2015(Dar es Salaam; variant: Dār es Salām; capital of a political entity; Tanzania; 06°48ʹ00ʺS, 039°17ʹ00ʺE (-6.8, 39.283333); also lists populated place in first-order administrative division Tanga, 05°15ʹ00ʺS, 038°50ʹ00ʺE (-5.25, 38.833333))
    • found: Wikipedia, September 8, 2015:Alemannisch page (Daressalaam) Arabic page (دار السلام = Dār al-Salām) Azerbaijani page (Dar äs Salam [in roman]) Belarusian page (Горад Дар-эс-Салам = Horad Dar-ės-Salam; Дар-эс-Салам = Dar-ės-Salam) Bulgarian page (Дар ес-Салаам = Dar es-Salaam) German page (Daressalam) Greek page (Νταρ ες Σαλάμ = D̲ar es Salam) Esperanto page (Daresalamo) Irish page (Dárasalám) Hebrew page (דאר א-סלאם = Dar a-Salam) Kyrgyz page (Дар-эс-Салам шаары = Dar-ės-Salam shaary) Latvian page (Dāresalāma) Lithuanian page (Dar es Salamas) Macedonian page (Дар ес Салам = Dar es Salam) Japanese page (ダルエスサラーム = Daruesusarāmu)
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    • 1979-07-24: new
    • 2015-09-11: revised
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