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Population, Culture

British Council Library, lending service, University of Dar es Salaam, Museum Library, school libraries

Tanzanian culture is a product of African, Arab, European, and Indian influences. Traditional African values are being consciously adapted to modern life.

Among the libraries in Tanzania are the National Central Library, the British Council Library, and the American Center Library, all in Dar es Salaam. The University of Dar es Salaam has an important library, and a lending service at the Dar es Salaam Technical College (1956) circulates books by mail throughout the country. Zanzibar has several community and school libraries in addition to the Museum Library and the Zanzibar National Archives. The National Museum of Tanzania is located at Dar es Salaam. The Zanzibar Government Museum is located in the city of Zanzibar.



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British Council Library, lending service, University of Dar es Salaam, Museum Library, school libraries, modern life, country, mail, community, addition, books

 
 

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