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to much of East Africa

Dar es Salaam sits right on the beach and is the access city to much of East Africa.

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East African coast

In the real world our site is the city of Dar es Salaam at the East African coast.

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whilst being the largest city in Tanzania

(By the way, Dar es Salaam, whilst being the largest city in Tanzania, is not the capital.

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although Dar Es Salaam's not, Tanzania may as well be the capital, - just like Sydney back home

Dar Es Salaam is the biggest city in Tanzania, and although Dar Es Salaam's not, Tanzania may as well be the capital, - just like Sydney back home

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despite having lost Tanzania's financial and political hub's status as official capital to Dodoma in 1973

Dar es Salaam is Tanzania's financial and political hub despite having lost Tanzania's financial and political hub's status as official capital to Dodoma in 1973.

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despite having lost Tanzania's financial and political hub's status as the capital to Dodoma in 1973

Dar es Salaam is Tanzania's financial and political hub despite having lost Tanzania's financial and political hub's status as the capital to Dodoma in 1973.

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for the nearby land-locked countries of Uganda,

As well as being the country’s largest and richest city, and capital for the surrounding region, Dar es Salaam is the outlet for mainland Tanzania’s agricultural and mineral exports, and for the nearby land-locked countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and Malawi.

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as the economic centre of Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, as the economic centre of Tanzania, is one the most interesting and multicultural cities of the region.

to Mwanza on Lake Victoria

Dar es Salaam is the ocean terminus of the railway that runs 900 miles to Kigoma on Lake Tanganyika, and to Mwanza on Lake Victoria.

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on a natural harbour on the Indian Ocean

Dar es Salaam, on a natural harbour on the Indian Ocean, is one of the hubs of the Tanzanian transportation system as the main railways and several highways originate in or near the city to provide convenient transportation for commuters.

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